Thunder Jackson has dropped the single “Caroline” and its companion music video directed by Thunder’s co-conspirator, British songwriter/producer Pete Lawrie Winfield (Until The Ribbon Breaks). “Caroline” exhibits the Oklahoman singer’s miraculous vocal range.
“Caroline is a cry for a long lost love, a cry for a new beginning. It’s about realizing your past mistakes and presenting a reborn version of yourself. Standing on the line, vulnerable but true, ready to start again.. As I am, as you are. Let’s go back to the start.” – Thunder Jackson
The track follows the singles, “Institution,” “Find Yourself, “Led Astray, and “Guilty Party.” All songs will appear on Thunder Jackson’s self-titled debut album out on October 1st. The artist has also just embarked on his No Show Roadshow across the Western United States, exploring beautiful and remote places to perform live. Today, Thunder will perform at Denver’s first socially distanced venue – The Station at Tennyson. Fans can enjoy the show in-person can follow Thunder’s whole No Show Roadshow journey via his Instagram, Vero and YouTube now through September 10th.