Song: Jeremy Tuplin – Night and Day review

by Joseph Purcell

Fresh from his August release, Violet Waves, Jeremy Tuplin returns with his witty lyrical quips and majestic baritone vocal on Night and Day – the first single from his upcoming new Happiness EP. Continuing in a similar vein to the ironic wit which has endeared Tuplin across his career thus far, Night and Day is laced with humorous charm and razor-sharp wit.

Tuplin’s charm is matched by his ability to string together relatable observations of the shared experience, and this is no better focused than on our current malaise – ‘Been trying meditation/ it’s so damn boring.’ Backed by his ever sublime band, The Ultimate Power Assemble, Night and Day is a tour de force of Tuplin’s talents on a three-and-a-half-minute ambling pop gem. Pink Mirror and Violet Waves were no fluke – Jeremy Tuplin is the real deal.

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