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In constant movement between Australia, the United Kingdom, Spain and the United States, Jet Vesper tells us that he is working on an EP that will be released soon. But before it we can get to know his sound and his creative universe thanks to his new release, Kind of Blue. A single that derives from the legendary album with the same name by Miles David and in which, through metaphorical language, the singer talks about becoming someone's best creation. Pay attention to this young talent of music because he promises to give a lot to talk about in the coming months.

“I wrote Kind of Blue from a place where the ego dies, from where I allowed myself to be shaped by love and become a better version of myself,” says Jet Vesper, who draws inspiration from 70s funk while referencing sounds more typical of Daft Punk or Curtis Mayfield. But always staying true to his own essence. His songs take us for a few minutes to a sunset in California, to a place where freedom reigns and we forget all of our problems.

David Alarcón
Nerea Moreno

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