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Jake Carter is set to release his self- penned, feel good, pop song “Milk and Honey”. The single is an uplifting, feel good pop song, with sing-a-long melodies, catchy lyrics and driving piano accompaniment.
The Catchy pop track was produced by Dublins Richey McCourt, who has been working with Jake over the last 12 months writing and recording a BRAND NEW set of tracks which Jake has described as “his best work to date” adding that he “finally feels he’s found the sound he’s been searching for”. Full of feel good vibes, the track was written by Jake Carter and Irish songwriter Conor McQuaid who have teamed up on a number of Jakes previous releases.
Speaking on the song’s origins, Jake says: “It was one of the easiest songs that myself and Conor have wrote. The lyrics and melodies were written in a matter of hours. We started off with the idea of writing a track that is feel good as well as motivational with the use of clever lyrics. We tried to keep the riffs and vocal melodies as catchy as possible, and with the help of the Richey McCourt, I really think we did just that.”
Liverpool born but Dublin based, Jake Carter, still only 25, has already made a name for himself in the world of creative arts through his victory on Dancing With The Stars as well as acting roles in a number of stage shows. While he enjoys the idea of continuing to bring that triple threat of acting, dancing and singing, music is Jake’s first love. The 25-year old is now seeking to firmly establish himself as a pop star in the mould of Harry Styles and Tom Brennan and to create music that reflects who he really is and not who people think he should be.
Jake Carter has plenty more songs in the pipeline and looks set to build upon the success he’shad so far and make a name for himself in the music industry. With over 600k total streams on Spotify as well as 500k+ views on his YouTube channel, combined with appearances on The Ray D’Arcy Show and The Late Late Show, shows at Vicar Street and Cork Opera House as well as radio slots on Today FM, 2FM, Spin1038 and more, the future's looking bright.