The latest offering from the James Deam Baker and Travelle Moore Project takes listeners on an emotional journey, exploring the depths of love and the lengths one is willing to go to find it. The untitled track delves into the narrative of a man fervently searching the globe for a special woman, capturing the essence of unrequited love and the universal theme of longing. Comprising James Deam Baker and Travelle Moore, this dynamic duo hailing from London brings a diverse set of influences to the table. Drawing inspiration from gospel, rave, jungle, dance, dub, reggae, soul, and pop, their music reflects a rich tapestry of genres, creating a sound that is uniquely their own.
While the band is yet to make notable appearances at gigs or festivals, they have set their sights on the vibrant club scene in the USA for the upcoming year. This ambition aligns seamlessly with the energy infused into their music, promising an exciting journey for both the artists and their growing fan base. Recorded at Oak Tree House Studios in Cambridgeshire, the EP captures the raw emotions and challenges faced by the band in their personal relationships. The single, born out of the turmoil of love, echoes the sentiments of a man deeply enamored with a woman who remains elusive, showcasing a universal tale of unrequited love.
Amusingly, the recording process was not without its challenges, as the studio’s electricity consistently ran out before the mix was completed, prompting a lighthearted whip-round to gather funds for the meter. Despite these hurdles, the EP emerges as a testament to the band’s resilience and determination to share their musical narrative. In the words of one of the band members, “The only things that get done is the things you do yourself,” encapsulating the DIY spirit that drives their artistic journey. As James Deam Baker and Travelle Moore Project venture into the American club scene, their soulful quest for love resonates in every note of this heartfelt single, offering a poignant melody that transcends boundaries and speaks to the core of the human experience.