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Paul Jacks ‘The Hunger’ : Co-mingling in the future and of the past, there is a ‘here-and-now’ call to arms.

Paul Jacks / Photo: Maddy Jacks-Green

“From the moment we met…” Paul Jacks’ single ‘The Hunger’ exemplifies his fascination with 80’s synth, enveloped in modern emotive acquisitions.

Paul Jacks explores “solitude and his identity in an ever-changing world. The backdrop for his new album, Black Jackal, is an apocalyptic world and its aftermath. Drawing from Egyptian mythology…”

Co-mingling in the future and of the past, there is a ‘here-and-now’ call to arms in his productions.

According to the writer, the album represents our “journey into the dark to discover the light which has the power to transform us.”

Smooth, and revelrential, ‘The Hunger’ is a nu-wave consumption of delights, that makes you want to shimmy.

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