Jeri Silverman releases new single
“A unique voice rising out of the indie scene” – William Elgin, Indiemunity
Jeri Silverman has just released her latest single ‘Come Undone’. The new single celebrates a rekindling of the imagination. It explores the shadowy sides of our personality that we hide from the world, and invites them out to play.
About ‘Come Undone’
Based in New York for a few years and returning home to Cape Town, Silverman had to regroup and reflect on being back in SA. She says, “I went on a retreat and was finally beginning to ground my energy after the frenetic lifestyle of NYC. I found parts of myself that I had not seen in years and discovered a new tempo within me. I reflected on an unhealthy relationship, and realized that I needed to give my emotions a space to flourish and breathe.”
Between each passionate chorus, the single slows down to a more discrete, mellow stream, expressing the shifts of internal exploration Silverman encountered upon her return home. The dichotomy of holding emotions and desires deep inside, yet not feeling supported to express them is directly mirrored in the musical composition of “Come Undone”, as each sporadic element lingers in the twilight before finding their chance to burst free.
About Jeri Silverman
Jeri Silverman’s music is darkly self-reflective indie-folk that’s both moving and uplifting. The South African-born singer developed her visceral writing style amidst the hustle of living in New York City, writing deep into the heart of sleepless nights. Her “bright surfaces and conflicted interiors” take you on a lyrical journey into the heart of your skin – the place where your spirit feels quietly alive. She moulds her experiences into soul-stirring melodies with a percussive folk-pop edge.
Listen to ‘Come Undone’
‘Come Undone’ explores the uninhabited concaves of the mind and gently pulls them forward to be expressed in the smoothness of a new rhythm of acceptance.
Photo by: Gavin Goodman