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Jack Pfeffer - Love Love Love #Flyah Review


With the release of the Blue Love album, Jack Pfeffer brings a fresh sound to some classic genres.  Laced with addicting guitar hooks, an edgy yet smooth vocal approach, and plenty of pop sensibility, the record boasts the aesthetic of indie pop rock anthems.
The first single, “Love Love Love”, pulls you in with its vintage guitar sounds, followed almost immediately its double tracked indie vocals, and its ability to build and grow as it plays on.
“Definitely kind of a lonely type love song. The song has darker sounding verses but an uplifting chorus. The whole meaning behind the album is just finding love and having close best friends. All written about my last year of high school” explains the songwriter of his single.
Although the singles do speak volumes for the album, to get a real understanding for where Pfeffer is coming from, it should be heard in its entirety.
“This album I’ve done more work with keys and ambient instruments. Not just the basics like guitar, bass, and drums. I wanted to make a more interesting sound that was different from my previous work.” says Pfeffer.  
Music was always a passion for songwriter Jack Pfeffer. Joining his first band in 2016 as a lead guitarist, he got a good taste of performing live and quickly realized he enjoyed writing and recording music much more that performing in general. Focusing his time an attention on honing in his songwriting, Pfeffer went on to teach himself the ropes of recording songs on his own. Putting together a live band to perform his original material came next of course. Releasing a few singles and an instrumental album throughout 2016 and 2017, the artist has been building towards theBlue Love album. The new release serves as a testament to where he is at with his sound right now.
Blue Love is available for streaming and downloads on most major digital outlets and the Pfeffer is planning a summer tour in support of his release.

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