Coming in at a little under three minutes, Jolé’s new track ‘Picture Perfect’ captures an intimate moment in time – one where the songwriter shares his appreciation for the love he has found. Through the tender lyrics, organic textures and sweeping production, the London-via-Brighton songwriter opens up his heart once again.

“Picture Perfect is about appreciating what you have in a relationship, itʼs a personal message to thank That person for what they do/have done for you. I wrote this as a type of apology, to let someone know they are acknowledged and needed.”

In many ways, ‘Picture Perfect’ continues the narrative from previous singles ‘Seldom Seen’, praised by Clash Magazine as “soft and tender songwriting”, and ‘All I Need’, of which Stereofox highlights “the warmth that deeply permeates from his vocal delivery.”

All of these singles are set to feature on Jolé’s debut self-titled album to be released on May 24th via Republic of Music.

Jolé is the moniker for songwriter Josh Oliver, who after spending five years in Brighton playing in various touring bands, now resides permanently in London. Through this solo project, Josh taps into the music he grew up with – a mixture of Van Morrison, The Beach Boys and Coldplay, resulting in his heartfelt, soothing and joyful sound.

Previously lauded by the likes of Wonderland for his “masterful skills in crafting gorgeous acoustic songs,“ Where The Music Meets for his ability to “echoe calm and security” and Aupium whom sum up Jolé’s sound as “soft, dream pop that has been trimmed with gleaming guitar strings, that yield a buoyant sunset-like euphoria.”

Album launch show on May 28th at The Waiting Room, London.

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https://www.facebook.com/thisisJole
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https://open.spotify.com/artist/293DzAwiQQs4mkeOzQ6lOu

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