Last week, L.A.-based producer Jim-E Stack announced his new EP, It's Jim-ee. To coincide with the announcement, he shared "Forgiven," a slow-jam of sorts that broadcasts his distinctive approach to production. Anchored by a core sample like a lot of his best material, the track offered a glimpse into what we can expect from the forthcoming EP. Now he's back with another preview ahead of EP's release on August 4.
"Moments Noticed" is an emotionally charged track birthed following the end of a three-year relationship. "I knew that breaking up was right but I was still crushed and completely heart-broken. I think making the song was a form of self-healing for me," Jim-E explained over email. "Major chords. The open feeling and atmosphere of the song. I was trying to lift myself up a bit and take a positive outlook on it all, appreciating everything those three years together did for me and gave me."
The track possess a bittersweet quality, looking forward while also reflecting on the past. Jim-E Stack is capable of getting through a lot of emotion in his music, frequently without lyrics, and "Moments Noticed" is a shining example of this. Listen to the premiere of the song below.
Jim-E Stack and The Range Live Dates:
8/8 - Resident, Los Angeles, CA
8/10 - House of Yes, New York, NY