The RnB and soul-infused band, which is comprised of Jessica Ford (vocals), Brett Crockett (aka B. on vocals and producer) and Japanese American multi-instrumentalist Eric Matsuno (bass and other unique elements), has not stopped working to solidify their sound since they began their music career, having released hit singles like Firefly or Where You Sleep, both with hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify. Now they’re releasing their new song, Fire, which speaks about the natural excitement and butterflies that one can experience when they fall for someone.
“Fire is about a historical relationship with the deepest desire, a fire that could not be put out. I would drive to the East Side, blinded by love,” says Jessica Ford. “We used to take limo rides and rendezvous to see each other. It was a seductive, romantic time that started the hottest fire. We knew we couldn’t be together back then as we were "just kids playing truth or dare", games in love,” she adds. Feelings and lived experiences are united in a song where smooth piano and jazz-infused notes meet. We will have to wait to find out what the musical trio's next steps are, but they will certainly continue to shape their personal soundscape.