Jerro
Jerro

Jerro unveils highly anticipated debut album ‘Coming Home’ on Lane 8’s imprint

Jerro’s ability to craft poignant soundscapes filled with raw emotion and transcendental melodic elements is demonstrated throughout Coming Home.

Jerro‘s impressive album rollout finally comes to a close with the release of his debut full-length LP Coming Home (stream and download here), which has sparked anticipation among the dance music community for the past few months. The collection includes collaborations with Panama, Fractures, and Tailor, as well as some of Jerro’s best work to date. The Belgian producer’s poignant melodic soundscapes have quickly gained attention from around the world as he reaches a pivotal milestone in his career. The Coming Home LP is out now on This Never Happened and can be streamed on all platforms.

The album.

As Jerro’s first full-length body of work, the eleven-track album establishes his unrivaled studio expertise. Jerro creates an ethereal sonic environment with each track, full of palpable emotion and yearning instrumentals. Each of the previously released singles ‘Presence’, ‘In The Dark’ feat. Tailor, ‘Lost For Words’ feat. Panama, and ‘Subtleties’ provided a stunning glimpse into the full project. Jerro’s ability to blend melodic and downtempo elements and transcend genres is evident in each of the tracks on Coming Home.

The album begins with the title track, which immediately captures the listener’s attention with a soothing melodic melody that swells with passion. The sentimental atmosphere created by the subtle vocal samples in ‘Coming Home‘ sets the tone for the rest of the album. ‘Too Weak,’ the second single, begins with evocative vocals that reflect the complexities of relationships and love. Jerro’s ability to blend emotion-filled vocals with polished downtempo soundscapes is demonstrated in this single. The next track, ‘Sweeping,’ shows a different side of Jerro, with an edgy progressive melody made for the dancefloor.

The album seamlessly transitions into Panama’s breathtaking single “Lost For Words.” Following the success of their previous collaborative track, Future Classic’s “Together,” the duo reunites for another stirring creation. Panama’s entrancing vocals and captivating melodies fill the latest release, creating a hypnotizing soundscape from start to finish. Coming Home floats into Jerro’s other lead singles, ‘Subtleties,’ ‘In The Dark,’ with Tailor, and ‘Presence,’ all of which showcase his refined studio approach.

Jerro Coming Home album This Never Happened cover
Jerro Coming Home album This Never Happened cover

Jerro’s place in the world of downtempo electronic music is only cemented by the album’s final four singles. Jerro blends melodic elements with subtle breaks and dynamic vocals in ‘Are You There,’ an album that explores various studio techniques. The melodic producer’s next single, ‘Autoreactive,’ has a darker edge to it, with edgy synths and a driving melody that sets it apart from the rest. The tenth single, ‘Stay,’ on the other hand, has all of the hallmarks of a classic Jerro track, with an uplifting soundscape rife with emotion. Closing the album on a high note, ‘Leave Me Here’ serves as one of the standout singles of the album. The final single on Coming Home, which features Jerro and Fractures, combines Jerro’s poignant soundscapes with Fractures’ resonating vocals, leaving the listener feeling both blissful and nostalgic.

My debut album is something that I have always dreamed of since I started making music, and it feels surreal that it is finally being released. One thing I love about the album is the diversity of sounds. There are pop-driven tracks like “Too Weak” that are the people-pleasers, true melodic-house tracks like “Stay”, indie tracks like “Are You There”, and club tracks like “Sweeping”. I really wanted to put together an album where every type of listener can find songs that they enjoy, while still staying true to that classic Jerro sound, and I couldn’t be more proud of how it turned out! – Jerro


Jerro’s Coming Home tour dates.

As he carves his own path within the dance music space, the talented Belgian producer has rapidly expanded his fanbase in recent years. Coming Home showcases Jerro’s ability to create poignant soundscapes brimming with raw emotion and transcendental melodic elements. To commemorate this exciting moment in his career, Jerro will also embark on a North American tour in early 2022 with 19 dates including stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Denver, and more. https://www.jerromusic.com/tour/

  • 1/20/22 – Denver, Colorado – Bar Standard
  • 1/21/22 – Los Angeles, California – Sound
  • 1/22/22 – San Francisco, California – Audio
  • 1/27/22 – Seattle, Washington – Q
  • 1/28/22 – Portland Oregon – 45 East
  • 1/29/22 – Tempe, Arizona – Shady Park
  • 2/03/22 – Las Vegas, Nevada – Commonwealth
  • 2/04/22 – Santa Barbara, California – EOS Lounge
  • 2/05/22 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Soundwell
  • 2/11/22 – Washington, DC – Soundcheck
  • 2/12/22 – Brooklyn, New York – Quantum
  • 2/18/22 – Toronto, Ontario – Velvet Underground
  • 2/19/22 – Montreal, Quebec – Newspeak
  • 2/25/22 – Chicago, Illinois – Spybar
  • 2/26/22 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – The Moxy
  • 3/04/22 – Dallas, Texas – It’ll Do
  • 3/05/22 – Austin, Texas – The Concourse Project
  • 3/11/22 – Boston, Massachusetts – Bijou
  • 3/12/22 – Atlanta, Georgia – Wish Lounge

About the artist: Jerro.

With each subsequent release in his catalog, the rising Belgian producer has quickly gained massive recognition across the electronic music realm. Jerro had a breakout year in 2019, with his EPs “The Fool” and “Pantheon” receiving millions of streams across platforms and charting on SiriusXM. In 2020, he made his Anjunadeep debut with the flawless single “Tunnel Vision,” released his “Closer” EP on This Never Happened, and unveiled a slew of enticing remixes for tastemakers like Lane 8 and Petit Biscuit. His addictive blend of melodic house and downtempo electronic music has earned him continuous support from This Never Happened and Anjunadeep, as well as drawing well over 500,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. Jerro’s signature style is intricate and ever-expanding, and it never fails to leave an impression.