Young Belgian artist Jerro excitedly announces the release of his first album through Lane 8’s label, This Never Happened
Very good cavemen! This week the label of Lane 8 has hosted one of the most important releases that will see the light in this month of October. It is the debut album by the Belgian artist from the city of Hasselt, Jerro.
Jerro is a rising producer specializing in melodic house and downtempo electronic music.
Since his debut in 2018, with several tracks featured on TNH’s compilation ” Root to Branch, Vol. 3, ” he has not stopped creating music and growing as an artist.
On this occasion Jerro is the protagonist of the week for the publication of “Coming Home”. The first album of his career.
This compilation of high quality songs, as we will see below, is made up of a total of eleven originals that do not leave anyone indifferent.
In “Coming Home”, in addition to the artist’s solo songs, collaborations with Panama, Tailor and Fractures are included. The songs travel in the orbit of Jerro’s characteristic melodic house and progressive sounds.
With enormous satisfaction, Jerro announced the album on his social networks. “I started writing this album in the middle of the confinement in Belgium last year, and I finished it the week before things slowly started to open up again this year.
“The fact that it is released on the same day that the clubs are reopening here in Belgium, makes me really feel like coming home. I hope that listening to this album can bring you some kind of joy and comfort when you need it.
“Thank you all very much for being part of this journey with me. Whether you’ve been with me since my first releases or have started listening, I really appreciate you all.”
“A special thanks to Lane 8 for being such an amazing guy, both personally and professionally! You really helped me grow so much since I started sending you demos and I can’t thank you enough for that!” Jerro added.
“Also a big love to Tom Pounsford and Tabby Sherring and the rest of the TNH team for this incredible opportunity! Lastly, I want to thank my managers Jack Meilner and JJ Connor! You have been with me since the beginning and I would not be where I am now without you! I feel honored”. This is how the Belgian concluded his thanks, visibly moved.
How could it be otherwise, the album has been specially promoted by Jerro with a live set from Canopy Club, located in Venice Beach, in the heart of Los Angeles.
In this event we have been able to listen to all the songs collected in this and also some IDs. Starting point of the tour that the entire team has prepared for the American continent.