Up-and-coming R&B artist Jupiter Grey has returned with his second release of the year “Disappearing of Saturn”, the lead single off his forthcoming debut album; Fires On The Moon.
Based in London, Jupiter Grey began immersing himself within music at a young age as he sang within his church. Since going on to experiment with a variety of sounds, taking inspiration from the vibrant synths of the eighties, to nineties hip-hop, through to modern indie music influences of Tame Impala and Blood Orange.
“The song is about falling into a dark place mentally, and not even recognising the person you are. This song is autobiographical; I wrote it as some form of therapy which helped me release my frustration. I hope it can do the same for others who have gone through a similar situation”.