Nashville, TN, USA
He ain’t perfect, but he does his absolute best, without an S on his chest, and delivers it as the perfect feature for when you’re situated by a beach water front, driving slow while Jack Vinoy hits ad-lib high notes on ‘DIAMOND BEACH’.
We’ve got another feel-good track that temporarily alleviates any mild grievances in life! Jack Vinoy serves relaxed vocals with a subtle distort over a wavy drum beat and extra smooth bass loop, which seems to deliver flashbacks of Sade’s - Nothing Can Come Between Us instrumentals; it’s elusive but gently there.
DIAMOND BEACH is balanced with ambience for your sunset beach bonfires, cookouts, and porch kickbacks; the audible aura floats in the wind and creates an infectious vibe to the point of a no hesitation replay. It’s rhythmic jazzy-pop fusion slaps with a slight amount of indie sleaze.
Jack Vinoy paints a narrative of navigating through every-day irritants by focusing on the positives, staying present, and taking a momentary break from responsibilities. It's about enjoying the thrills and joy surrounding you. Listeners are transported to a zone where reality and fantasy blur in the most eclectic way. It's sonically adventurous and lighthearted, yet vocally weighted with emotion.
"Lyrically, DIAMOND BEACH is just a reminder for me to keep my head up. When I wrote it, there were a lot of little things that were getting to me, and writing this was a great reminder to keep it all in perspective". - Jack Vinoy
The production quality by Cam Herring and Jack Vinoy on DIAMOND BEACH is nothing short of enjoyable. The decompressing soundscapes are coolly immersive, and there’s a subconscious element of impulse that seems to arise after a few replays, easing the mind of the mundane and encouraging exploration with this track acting as the soundtrack to all shenanigans.
"The bulk of the production was done by my friend Cam Herring, and it was actually the first song we ever made together. The guiding vision for the song was to make something that felt light and warm. We were able to wrap up most of the production in a few hours one evening, and the next morning I tracked all the vocals and added some ear candy to the production. When I recorded the vocals for the track, I decided to call it DIAMOND BEACH, named after a beach of the same name in Iceland where icebergs wash up on the shoreline." - Jack Vinoy
Jack has more music and shows on the way that will cover unreleased material. If you’re rocking with DIAMOND BEACH, check out his track EVEREST HEIGHTS which is another favourite of ours. Hopefully Jack Vinoy ends up with a few shows on Aussie shores, but until then, join us in mentally escaping the physical cold down under by hitting the link below.