Galway-based alternative hip-hop artist Jack J. Alexander returns with his latest offering 'Misfit', which highlights the emotions of feeling like you are constantly living under the microscope of society's expectations.
As an active member of the Galway live music scene over the last number of years, the Covid-19 shutdown of the live industry has given Jack the opportunity to focus on his songwriting over the last number of months. With influences from pop-punk, hip-hop and rock, Jack has created a sound that harnesses the raw emotion of surrounding the challenges he faces with dyspraxia.
"Misfit is about feeling like you're an odd ball all the time, like everyone's out to get you. My lack of confidence in social settings can make me hold back from joining in conversation, especially if it’s a group of strangers, but when I'm writing, singing or rapping it all comes much more easily."
"It's an energetic, catchy and an emotional song that touches on real life problems such as toxicity in relationships, friendships and everyday life, and the feeling of being awkward or criticised for the way you are."
With a video set to drop on October 31st and a mixtape ready to drop later this year, expect plenty more from this exciting new artist.