Someone releases debut single ‘The Deep’

Someone releases debut single ‘The Deep’
Dutch artist Someone has released her hazy, dreamy debut single The Deep. Someone is the new project from Dutch artist Tessa Rose Jackson, and The Deep is out today, May 23rd via [PIAS] Netherlands. This is a warm and brooding track which simultaneously soothes the nerves and tugs at the heartstrings. With soaring mellotron laments, slippery basslines and an almost whispered vocal delivery, the song tenderly places feelings of loneliness and self-pity in an almost desirable light. Check it out below!


The former cutesy singer-songwriter shakes off her previous self to explore the rockier depths of pop composition and discover the power of absolute freedom.

It’s been 4 years since the release of (Songs from) The Sandbox, Jackson’s debut album which bagged an impressive number of plays on the Dutch airwaves, and multiple television features plus syncs for American commercials and series (such as the acclaimed New Girl).

Set with the task of writing her second album, Tessa's inspirations changed. She discovered that the teenager responsible for the poppy happy-go-lucky tunes of her debut album had been replaced by someone older, someone wiser, and (dare she say?) someone a whole lot more interesting. After three years’ working as a composer for TV and feature film, Jackson’s skillset as a writer and producer was broadening, along with her musical tastes (and dusty synthesizer collection).

Someone says,
I wanted a name that meant: Don’t worry about who I am. Just check out what I make. I make a lot. Some you may like, some you may not. But I’ll like it. And you know what, I’m someone too.

Though the ear-wormy pop sentiment of TRJ still trickles through the veins of the new tracks, the rest of the music is a far cry from the Sandbox. Enhanced by Jackson’s own abstract artworks and live visuals, Someone is like a trip inside her chaotic, over-productive (but colourful) mind.

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