Jake Bosci just wants to say “I Miss You”
Australian singer and songwriter Jake Bosci releases his new single, “I Miss You”, proof that inspiration can strike at any time as it was created while he was quarantined in a hotel in Darwin, Australia after his international flight home to Brisbane was impacted by COVID-19 precautions. “I Miss You” is Jake’s third release of this year and follows on from “No.1 (The Cover)” and “Dark Blue” since Jake’s full time return to music following a three year gap.
“I Miss You” is a smooth and cool number with soft and shimmering vocal from Jake against a backdrop of pop-y, dampened synths with the basic message “sorry, I miss you”. The new song proves that over time, Jake creates intimacy and a long-lasting impact as his singles have respectively maintained a committed listenership since he released his very first single, “Heartbreak”, back in 2016. Josh followed this with “Abbot Kinney” in 2017 before he spent time recordin and touring with the band Ellington.
While Jake wrote “I Miss You” in his hotel room woth all the feelings of being in isolation from someone, the song was produced by Lane Johnson over in Nashville. With “I Miss You”, Jake is looking for a fresh start and time to dedicate himself completely to his own career and stimulate our desire to connect whole-heartedly through his calming vocals and a light air of justified melancholy. With an EP in the works this new single looks to be just a taste of what we can expect to hear out of Jake and after a quiet couple of years, it’s good to see him back at it.