JUTTY RANX PREMIERE DANCE SINGLE
I’LL BRING MY LOVE
FROM THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM DISCORDIA
OUT JUNE 23 VIA JUTTY RANX MUSIC/THE END RECORDS
PRE-ORDER NOW AVAILABLE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (May 19, 2015) – Electro/Pop trio Jutty Ranx have released their latest dance single “I’ll Bring My Love,” which just premiered on ARTISTdirect. The track is from their forthcoming album Discordia out June 23 via Jutty Ranx Music/The End Records. This is their first major US release, following the success of their double platinum single “I See You” in Europe.
OFFICIAL AUDIO: “I’ll Bring My Love”
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Official Discordia album art
Official Discordia tracklist:
02. I See You
03. I’ll Bring My Love
04. Keep It Moving
05. Castle Made Of Stone
06. If I Was Your Man
07. Just In Time
09. Light You Up
13. Goodnight, Ghost
CLICK HERE TO WATCH Jutty Ranx’s “I See You” video,
which has reached over 7 million YouTube views, and counting!
The worldly trio is comprised of the playfully enigmatic and U.S.-reared vocalist Justin Taylor, who is half-Jamaican, half-Kiwi, and all captivating, and the production wiz Jaakko Manninen, the charming Finnish pop mastermind behind Beats and Styles. They are joined by multi-instrumentalist and producer Ryan Malina. Together, they collide to create a brand new form of pop music that is hard to forget, with combined backgrounds culturally and musically extending the globe. With all recording, mixing, mastering, and media produced directly by the Los Angeles outfit, Jutty Ranx is a self-contained and rare creative unit of total visionary freedom.
Their debut single ‘I See You’ earned a double platinum certification for sales in Italy, along with massive radio play. Tracks like ‘Goodnight, Ghost’ and ‘Parallel’ reflect Jutty Ranx’s lyrical depths of personal poetry matched with instrumentals that get the body moving, impacting the heart as equally as the head and the body. Congruent with their modus operandi, there is strong songwriting and storytelling accompanied by infectious rhythms.
Case and point: ‘I’ll Bring My Love,’ a hit track that might never have been finished were it originally up to Taylor, who wasn’t satisfied with his initial, off-the-cuff vocals. It was Mannenin who encouraged Taylor to have another listen. Upon review, and fortunately for us, the re-listen allowed Taylor to hear the life of the track, and he moved forward with the song.
Doing what they feel and worrying about the consequences later, Jutty Ranx is very much the product of organic, first-take efforts with little over-thinking or re-writing. The power, they believe, is in the initial conception—the rawness of in-the-moment collaboration bred from a natural, unforced, and often unintentional agenda.