As the year comes to a close it's only natural to make predictions about what lies ahead.
We're not about to wipe down our crystal ball, however, but we'll say this much: Jerome Thomas is making something special.
Fresh from a breakout COLORS performance, he's worked with the likes of Soulection producer Jarreau Vandal and stellar UK jazz keyboard player Joe Armon-Jones.
New solo cut 'Bruises' finds the songwriter working on his own, a defiantly idiosyncratic work that creates its own universe.
Dumas Haddad directs the video while Shan Phearon produces, and it's a bloodied but defiant statement that channels a kind of grindhouse Western feel.
An easy comparison would be Tarantino's recent work, but it digs deeper, looking at those splattered Italian mini-masterpieces and offering something new.
Tune in now.
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