An acoustic singer-songwriter from Castle Rising has gone from strength to strength since filming his debut music video near his home, with his latest release revisiting his love of the area.
Jamie Moon features his younger cousin, George, in the video for his latest release, which was filmed in Kent and the Cotswolds, Cold Hands.
He said: “It’s about me leaving home when I first moved to Nottingham, it was horrible and didn’t know anyone. So then I was always going back to Norfolk as it was comforting and it was familiar, but I knew it was right that I left.
“The song uses a girl as a metaphor, going back to see her but knowing it was only for that one night.
“Realising it wasn’t right and knowing it was my mistake to keep going back, but not wanting to lose that comfort of home and a friendly face.”
The singer released his EP over the summer and it has already received rave reviews, with his track, Cold Hands, played nationally over BBC Radio several times. Jamie has also been signed to a publishers called I’m Not From London, and he is now being managed by Under The Tree.
Jamie said: “I played in London last month with the band, To Kill A King. So everything has been amazing really since the release, I’ve got a record contract on the table as well, but it’s early stages.
Find out more and watch the video by visiting the Facebook page, www.facebook.com/jamiemoonmusic