Talking about the track Jalle said “ Lazybones is about feeling low after you’ve broken up with someone and you can’t manage to do much other than laze around drinking and getting stoned. I was banging out Boy Destroy’s music a lot at the time when I wrote it, so had to hit him up for a feature!”
SET TO PERFORM AT JACK SAUNDER’S ‘HOPSCOTCH’ ON 3RD NOVEMBER @ THE SOCIAL
“Jalle is quickly becoming one to watch” – Notion
Nottingham rising rapper and singer-songwriter Jalle has shared a new single “Lazy Bones” featuring Swedish alt-star Boy Destroy, is out now. The track is taken from his forthcoming EP, “I’m Sorry”, out 12th November via Warner music.
“Lazy Bones” is a vibrant, nostalgic, alt-hip-hop meets emo number, showcasing yet another facet of Jalle’s multidimensional universe. About the new track Jalle says “ Lazybones is about feeling low after you’ve broken up with someone and you can’t manage to do much other than laze around drinking and getting stoned. I was banging out Boy Destroy’s music a lot at the time when I wrote it, so had to hit him up for a feature!”
Talking about the recording process Boy Destroy said “The song came about really organically. Jalle hit me up on Instagram and told me he liked my music and asked if I wanted to try to make a song together. We all really hit it off well and the song came about in a few hours, really. It started with those pop punky kind of chords ‘cause we both wanted to make something up tempo.“
Produced by The Nocturns and production from Siba on the song Blame Myself, Jalle’s upcoming “I’m Sorry” EP documents his dark, brooding and dramatic story so far. He has an ability to tell a story, flips from writing about doomed romances, growing pains and getting high with his mates with ease. He can be the centre of the room or a fly on the wall all the while, as he puts it, “capturing moments so they’re never forgotten.”
In just a year Jalle has firmly solidified his unique identity within alternative music with a trailblazing approach to the genre. Jalle quickly secured support from BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac and Jack Saunders who has championed the singer since his debut, with Jalle also being invited to play Jack Saunders’ club night ‘HopScotch’ on the 3rd November. He’s also gained the support of i-D, Clash, MTV and Notion with them saying “Jalle is quickly becoming one to watch.”
Jalle’s knack of full frontal insight into his world and how he navigates these difficult feelings is what drives the excitement around him. At just 20 years old, he has developed a whole musical world filled with his own stories and those of the people closest to him.
“I’m Sorry” Tracklist
Lazybones ft. Boy Destroy
3rd Nov Jack Saunders presents ‘Hopscotch’, The Social London