We review the new single from Jodie Brown – Eze

A brand new chilled indie-rock artist with a fresh debut single, who could ask for more?

Jodie Brown (aka Claudia Storey) has jumped onto the scene with ‘Eze’. This calm guitar tune catches your attention from the off. Its addictive riff roams across the surface, backed by delicate vocals and a no-nonsense rhythm section. You just have to listen and accept that it will be rattling around your head for a couple of hours afterwards.

Heading into the chorus, Claudia hands us with yet another little riff that is effortlessly moreish. You just can’t escape them! It seems like the London-based artist knows exactly what she is doing when it comes to drawing the listener in.

This track is the beginning of Claudia’s venture as a solo artist, moving away from performing in bands at Uni to a project of her own. It has to be said that ‘Eze’ can only be described as an impressive start for Jodie Brown. If she can keep releasing tracks like this, carrying the relaxed indie-rock vibe with her, then I think more and more eyes and ears will turn in her direction.

‘Eze’ promises positive things to come. With her debut album ‘Red Little Hipster’ already in the works, Jodie Brown isn’t going anywhere. Drawing influences from the likes of St. Vincent, Tennis, and The White Stripes, to me it seems like a recipe for exciting and captivating music.

Check out ‘Eze’ now if you want to show some support!