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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Canadian-born, Brooklyn-based indie dream/pop artist Jenny Kern’s new single, Move On, acknowledges the need to let go of someone or something.
Canadian-born, Brooklyn-based indie dream/pop artist Jenny Kern’s magnetic vocal style and emotively piercing lyricism has been amassing plenty of attention around the globe.
Originally a Page at NBC, Kern then went on to work for acclaimed filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, before eventually becoming a producer in the film and television industry. After deciding to take a leap of faith in 2018, she began to pursue her passion for music full time.
Often touching on her personal experiences, Jenny Kern shows her strength and vulnerabilities through confessional lyrics that explore the topics that we face as human beings, including anxiety, depression, getting older, interpersonal relationships, gratitude, love and loss. Kern believes that most people assume her music is skewed toward lyrical sadness, but she always injects a hopeful undercurrent to it so people feel like there’s hope. Just because something feels heavy, it doesn’t mean that it’s going to be that way forever.
Kern has featured on MTV, ABC and the CW, and connected with major industry producers and writers. Her music has earned her a global audience and placement on several Spotify editorial playlists including Fresh Finds, Indie All-Stars and New Music Friday which collectively have over a million followers.
Jenny Kern’s new single, Move On conveys the need to let go of someone or something, and the importance of distancing yourself from people or things that have caused you harm. Ny doing so, you are able to work through your emotions and ultimately find inner-strength and a new found confidence.
This song is an anthem about moving on after the end of a relationship. About charging forward and getting to understand what you want. At first you don’t know how to navigate the emotions that are hitting you, but ultimately realizing you can heal yourself.
Move On shimmers with iridescent synths, echoing vocals and anthemic drums, taking inspiration from the likes of LEON, Minke, Holly Humberstone and Sasha Alex Sloan. Her soaring voice oozes pure emotion, creating a heartbreaking, yet empowering atmosphere, while still being truly relatable.
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