Rotherham’s LPMC is back with the third single, “Jenny”, taken from his debut album ‘Providence.’ The song tells the story of a midwife named Jenny who faces the challenge of helping others deliver babies while struggling to have children of her own.
The track aims to capture the contrast between Jenny’s joy in witnessing others’ happiness and her own private despair. It pays tribute to her strength and determination to keep going, holding onto the hope of realizing her dream one day.
LPMC, also known as Lee McMahon, has a rich musical background as the songwriter and frontman of the popular South Yorkshire indie rock band ‘The Tivoli’. With successful live performances, critically acclaimed albums, and collaborations with notable musicians, McMahon established himself in the music scene.
After a hiatus following the disbandment of ‘The Tivoli’, he returns as a solo artist, showcasing his talent and versatility with his debut album ‘Providence.’
The album, which took nearly six years to make, offers a diverse collection of songs that explore personal narratives, post-industrial hometown struggles, and the determination to overcome them.
McMahon demonstrates his skills by playing multiple instruments throughout the album and he also collaborates with talented musicians such as Opus Kink’s Sax powerhouse Jed Morgans and Pete Zivkovic of Errol Linton’s Blues Band on keys.
Coming back to “Jenny”, it is a poignant and (for some) relatable single that delves into the emotional journey of a midwife and her longing for motherhood. LPMC’s debut album ‘Providence’ promises to be a heartfelt and introspective collection of songs, proving his growth as a solo artist.