Jethro Fox releases bold new single "Time Alone"

London based singer-songwriter Jethro Fox has recently released his bright and bold new single "Time Alone". After releasing his debut single "Blinding Light" back in 2012 on Tough Love Records, he got a very respected session at none other than Maida Vale session for Steve Lamacq. 

Jethro then took time away from his own music to tour as guitarist for Dan Croll (and co-wrote a few songs with him in the process). 

Skitty drums, soaring guitars and airy vocals help elevate this track to nothing short of spectacular. 

Speaking about the new release Jethro says - "I was inspired to mess around with synths after a wild session gig in Norway a couple of years back, recording with the son of Magne Furuholmen - the keyboardist from A-Ha. His collection of analogue synths was mind-blowing and it was no surprise that a bit of synth made it into 'Time Alone' many months later."

His vocals are just so on point, glistening throughout with the perfect amount of reverb attached to it. The melodies on "Time Alone" are second to none, with some skitty drums giving your ears a real treat - honestly sounds like something Radiohead would come up with.

The guitars on the new single also soar as high as the sky, helping to give "Time Alone" an absolutely mind-bending amount of atmosphere, the track is borderline several genres but from what we can tell is that it's nothing short of spectacular.

If you love this then be sure to head over to his Spotify and check out his 2012 single release, it's backed up by a b-side titled "Lonely Sound" and is definitely worth your time.