London’s freshest new artist Fox Jackson has dropped his funk-fuelled debut single ‘Behind Closed Doors’.
Produced by close friend and fellow musician Nick Burns, the heart-felt number sees the rhythm of funk and the energy of soul shake hands and run of into the sunset together. Lyrically, Fox delves into the complicated world of relationships and the uphill battle of trying to be more open with your partner about your feelings. Speaking about the track, Jackson said:
“We both have a love for Nile Rodgers and Pharrell Williams and what they brought to pop music by using jazz chords and melodies in pop songs. It's what I have always gravitated to and as I quickly found out, so has Nick.”
“I suppose that whenever you write music, it always reflects your internal mood and what you are going through at the time.” Fox Jackson began his career in the entertainment industry at the tender age of eleven when he was scooped up to play Billy Elliot in the West End musical, ‘Billy Elliot the Musical’. ‘Behind Closed Doors’ is an accomplished debut, and a sign of the magical things that are sure to come.
WRITTEN BY ALISTER ROSS