Following his top 40 chart success of “Keep Me In Your Heart” (Jinder’s much-loved contribution to the soundtrack of smash hit movie “Fishermans Friends”) back in March 2019, South Coast-based singer/songwriter Jinder releases a brand new single on the 23rd August called “Overthinkers Anonymous”; which is the first single taken from the forthcoming eleventh album “The Silver Age”, on the “Din of Ecstasy” independent label. The song was produced by critically acclaimed artist Peter James Millson and his son Elliot Millson.


Jinder explains that “The song is about the 21st-century disease of self-sabotage through procrastination”. Too much of life, love, and opportunity blows by in the wind whilst we sit and ponder whether we should open the window and let it in. The songs see a complete departure from his Folky Americana style that can be found throughout the back catalogue. It’s a lovely radio-friendly tune that has a “Wonderwall” style acoustic start before a wall of 80’s style synths; coupled with effect-driven guitars, infectious rhythms and a chorus that will weave its way into the happy side of your cranium. It’s a brave move from the artist that brought you such diverse albums as “Kingsize Blackfoot” and “Traditional Dar”. I am certainly all for artists reinventing themselves and trying something completely different. This is a great tune and gives you a good idea of what to expect from the new album “The Silver Age”.


Words By David Chinery (Chinners).

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