Indie-electronic artist Jai Wolf shares his rousing new instrumental, “This Song Reminds Me Of You,” based on the personal journey from a past tour. “I started this song at an airport at 5 am. I was about to head out on a bus tour and felt really excited, so I wanted the song to capture that exact feeling. I usually never write at this tempo, so it was fun to try something new. It’s definitely the most upbeat song on the album,” shares Sajeeb Saha, aka Jai Wolf.
Earlier this year, Jai Wolf announced his debut album, The Cure To Loneliness available on April 5 via Mom + Pop Music. “In my heart, this album is me,” Jai Wolf explains. “From the sounds to the lyrics, it’s everything that I’ve always wanted to do.”
The Cure To Loneliness finds Jai Wolf completing his evolution from upstart bedroom remixer to future bass DJ to dream pop artist and builder of lush musical worlds. While still very much a dancefloor-focused endeavor, some tracks on the debut conjure the angular songs of The Strokes and Phoenix, while weaving melodies through the sugary happy-sad of M83 and CHVRCHES, and throw up walls of sound touched by Explosions in the Sky – all while maintaining the melodious polish and evocative groove to which fans around the world have grown so close.
Next month, Jai Wolf starts his North American tour on April 10, with six of the shows, including a night at The Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, already sold out. Tickets are available to the public now at jaiwolf.com/TCTLtour.