Los Angeles-based songstress, Jenny March, has always been unafraid about challenging the status quo. That’s why her music is filled with metaphoric innuendos of real life scenarios. As is also the case with her infectious debut single, “California Daze.”
Produced by Tony Rodini (blackbear, Weezer, Terror Jr.), “California Daze” has an ethereal feel to it. With March’s sultry vocals set against a groovy vibe, the track instantly draws the listener in and doesn’t let go. The song is part of a larger EP that March plans to release later this year. A video for “California Daze” is also in the works.
In addition to her career in music, March has been predominant in the acting world as well. Having appeared alongside Marisa Tomei and Minnie Driver in the horror film, “Laboratory Conditions” as well as starring in the shorts, “The Stanford Letter” and “Meanamorphosis”.
AXS recently spoke with Jenny March about her new single and more in this new interview.
AXS: What can you tell us about your new single, “California Daze”?
Jenny March: “California Daze” is the first song that Tony Rodini and I worked on for my EP project. I had started dating a guy and the two of us were going through the honeymoon phase. Living in L.A., it was easy to get lost in the relationship, and I felt as if I was losing myself and having trouble getting on with my career. The daze is actually a metaphor about the world being full of distractions and the things that hold us back.
AXS: How would you describe your sound?
JM: It’s definitely edgy pop. I love ballads and upbeat pop songs. I grew up dancing, so I was into Madonna and Britney, but I also love artists like Usher and Outcast and the groovy vibes they have. It’s a mixture of all of that.
AXS: What was it like working with Tony Rodini on this track?
JM: It was great. Tony and I have great chemistry and have become really close friends. He’s a fun guy who totally understood what I was looking for. We worked really well together.
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