Christian electro-pop / rock artist Jerry Fee, from Nashville, TN, releases his next album 'The Bigger Picture' on 9th March 2018. The album will feature songs Jerry has been releasing once a month since last August, and several more brand new tracks.
Jerry Fee's electro/synth pop-rock is described as sounding like Imagine Dragons, Twenty One Pilots and MuteMath all hopped in a Delorian time machine, traveled back to 1985 and wrote some rad music together.
"I recently transplanted from Idaho to Nashville, TN, and have been hard at work in recent months collaborating with other artists and producers, releasing one song a month through the fall and winter months of 2017 that will lead to a new EP in 2018", explains Jerry.
"The new release cycle started September 1, with a new song called 'Color the World', a high-energy electro-pop anthem centered around the idea that 'this life, our one time around, is our one shot to ask God how we can join Him in making the world more beautiful - to color the world'. Following that up, just a few weeks later, 'Stars' released September 29. Psalm 19:1, Romans 1:20 speak God'’s glory and the evidence for Him being clearly evident in what He has created. 'Stars' takes a fresh look at this truth fusing a laid-back, island feel, hip-hop and 80’s synth pop production, topping it with a soaring chorus that declares God is 'proven in the stars / written on our hearts / every galaxy / made for us to see / more of who you are'."