Always interesting to hear new music and/or see videos by the dynamic duo J*Davey, and it’s no surprise that they are venturing out and doing projects independently of each other. Jack Davey, the sultry singer recently seeded the net with two tracks from her forthcoming self-produced electronic garage rock 5-song EP titled, LO-F!. Calling her new sound “Transcendental Rock” on “Howl At The Moon” and “Eye Can See” we hear Jack embrace a blues style reminiscent of Jim Morrison with heavy electric guitar riffs and cutting edge lyricism. It is different to what we’ve heard from J*Davey, but not unexpected; we expect Jack to try new things and do it well.
Check out the video for “Eye Can See” which is inspired by French film director Jean Luc Godard and is shot by Jack herself and edited by Joey Tripper. The audio for “Howl At the Moon” follows.