Jeffrey James Reminisces Romance In Normandy With “Aftermath” [VIDEO]

Nashville-based musician Jeffrey James shares the official music video for his new single, “Aftermath.” Working within the creative confines of lockdown, Jeffrey pieced together home footage of himself and his wife in Trouville-sur-Mer in Normandy, France. A sweet, authentic glimpse into James’ own love story, the “Aftermath” video brings the romance of the piano-driven ballad to new heights.

The new video comes on the heels of Jeffrey James’ appearance on NBC’s Songland, where Jeffrey worked with Ryan Tedder on an original track titled “We Could Be Heroes” for Country legend Martina McBride. Earlier this year, Jeffrey released his ‘East London EP. Recorded in London with engineer Geoff Swan (Charli XCX, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay) and producers Jackson Dimiglio-Wood (Shawn Mendes), Dan Weller (SikTh), and Dan McDougal (Liam Gallagher), the 5-track record beautifully fuses Jeffrey’s Nashville influences with the UK’s blue-eyed soul sounds.

Over the past few years, Jeffrey’s soul-infused alt-pop sound has been paving the way for Nashville’s buzzing pop scene. He’s opened for acts like X-Ambassadors, Rachel Platten, and Hanson, and has performed at festivals like Firefly, Bonnaroo, and Forecastle.

His music has received millions of plays across platforms and praise from Billboard, 1883 Magazine, Variance Magazine, and more. In addition to his original music, Jeffrey has also penned tracks for numerous artists including Megan Davies, Tungeaag & Raaban, and LU2VYK.

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