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New Release – Lost Here Without You by ROJOR

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ROJOR is a singer-songwriter from the Northeast of England with a track record of national radio airplay at BBC Radio 2, BBC Scotland, RTE Radio 1. He has played live with the likes of Primal Scream, Ren Harview and Romeo Stodart (The Magic Numbers). ROJOR’s music has a melancholy chilled vibe with shimmering indie guitars and at times a retro electronic feel. ROJOR’s lyrics are thoughtful and intelligent, exploring our human journey in a time of social change and the climate emergency.

A new single ‘Lost Here Without You’ will be out 7th January. Follow ROJOR on Spotify to get the new single on your Release Radar Playlist.

“This track was written at a time when I was experimenting with the use of SUS2 and SUS4 chords on the guitar – I often explore music theory and you can hear this in the track. As a musician I always try to learn something new every day and I remember this being the case when writing ‘Lost Here Without You’. As an artist I think it’s important to always keep learning. It’s one of the great joys of being in a creative industry. Music is never mundane and is always teaching us something about the world. But music isn’t all about theory and in these studio sessions hopefully I captured the emotion/feeling of the music and allowed the lyric to tell the story.”

“The artwork came from the ‘photoshoot’ for my new album. The album has various themes reoccurring throughout – specifically our destruction of the world we live in. For this reason I wanted the artwork for both the album and it’s singles to reflect a world in decay so I choose the ruins of an old English Abbey as the backdrop for the images. Hopefully the artwork compliments the themes of the songs.”

“It’s always a pleasure to share new music with everyone and from this perspective it’s exciting to release a new single. However, there is always a very scary element to any release. As an indie artist without the backing of a corporate marketing budget it’s hard to be heard so I rely on my loyal followers and on new people finding me and loving my style. I hope those that do stumble across my music stay around and keep listening – and maybe even make it to a live show.”

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