Premiere: Listen to a vibrant new single from Jeremy Hunter - Some Anyone

Premiere: Listen to a vibrant new single from Jeremy Hunter - Some Anyone

The Brissy musician launches it March 23 at Bloodhound Bar.

Jeremy Hunter is a Brisbane-based musician known for a relentless work ethic combined with a songwriting style that is ever engaging, and always evolving as he challenges himself with each new single. He continues his difficult-to-predict output with the single we're stoked to be premiering today - Some Anyone - an energetic slice of indie-rock that feels raw and polished at the same time. Hunter mixed things up for the track, producing it outside of a normal studio set-up, and the results speak for themselves: "I wanted to see if I could make an track entirely outside of a studio, performing all the instruments, and recording and mixing them with my own gear. I ended up recording the drums in the local bowls club function room! I really love the sound of music that doesn't sound over-produced, that has a raw edge and a live feel. Hopefully that's the vibe that gets across."

With maximum vibe achieved, you can catch him celebrating its release on Friday 23 March at Bloodhound Bar in Fortitude Valley, suppored by Stranger Land.

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