In a not so quiet corner of London, Jordan Red have been plotting their assault on the world of music, by writing some great songs, building up a strong fan base and garnering some great reviews along the way.
Following the previously well received releases of ‘Beautiful Monsters’ and ‘Don’t Let The Heavens Fall’, the hard rock duo have now unleashed ‘Hands That Built The World’, which is the title track from their debut album, slated for release in early 2021.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYrNerWy6Q0&w=560&h=315]
The song is about those who feel beaten down by the world, surviving the turmoil and having the strength to pull through when everything is against you and the accompanying video shows a world at war with itself.
With a great riff from Dan Baker running through it and a driving beat courtesy of a rhythm section consisting of Conor O’Keefe and Dave Fee from British alternative metal band, As Lions, this is a powerful statement wrapped up in belting tune. Add to this the vocal strength of Dan leigh and you have a catchy track that hooks you from the first listen.
If the first three releases are anything to go by, then next years album is going to raise the profile of these boys even further and set them on course for success.
‘Hands That Built The World’ was released on 14th August 2020 and is available on all digital music platforms including Spotify, iTunes and Apple Music.
Reviewed by : Howard Whitelaw for MPM
Jordan red line up:
Vocals: Dan Leigh
Also featured on the album:
Bass: Conor O’Keefe
Drums: Dave Fee
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