"The song references the struggles of life as an adult but encourages our younger selves to be strong and push through"

By Vasco Dega

Employed with pitch-perfect harmonizations and grandiose arrangements, Jennings Couch provides fans with rich and varied soundscapes. Raised in rural England, this artist’s lyrics cover a range of philosophical, social, and scientific topics from physics to heartbreak and everything in between, with every release raising the bar, delivering edgy alternative pop music that deserves to be heard. His latest single ‘Little Boy’, is a therapeutic and reflective sincere letter to his child self, conveyed via a compassionate lens and lashings of metaphor. Couch’s unique Alt sound has been blended with Hip-Hop elements, and his honest poetry and rhythmic delivery are aimed at capturing your heart.

Talking about the new track, Jennings Couch shares: “I wrote ‘Little Boy’ as a letter to my younger self, reflecting back on a time when things were simpler and easier. The song references the struggles of life as an adult but encourages our younger selves to be strong and push through. As the lyric says, “You’re never gonna make it right when you’re standing on the edge.”

With several successful releases over the last three years, including ‘Simple Things’, ‘Chemical Roulette’ and ‘Where Did U Come From?’, Jennings Couch is on a strict release schedule, promising a new single every two months, and we are here for it.