Bajan in Canada donating song sales to RSPCA: Indie singer Jenny Mayhem to release “TV Waltz” single December 22nd

Indie singer Jenny Mayhem‘s fourth release and second single “TV Waltz” will be available December 22nd as a digital download.

The Toronto-based singer, originally from Barbados, crosses over the folk/electronic genres with this independent release.

The Toronto-based singer, originally from Barbados, crosses over the folk/electronic genres with this independent release.

The original track for “TV Waltz” was recorded with guitarist Tom Juhas at The Orange Lounge, Toronto. The stripped-down, atmospheric folk song is reminiscent of Jenny’s previous “Alice in Wonderland” from her 2011 EP.

“‘TV Waltz” started with the idea of watching stories on a screen for so long that they start to creep into real life. Like with a good book, the people on TV start to feel like friends who comfort you, distract you, shape what you want. But it’s also about the power of the people who write those stories”

Jenny enlisted the support of Swiss artist Draaiwinti and Canadian producer O S L O to create two indie electronic remixes for this release. The remixes are a surprising departure from the original folk track.

Until January 1st, 2014, Jenny will donate all sales of “TV Waltz” and other releases to support animal welfare at the Barbados RSPCA.

Download “TV Waltz” at http://jennymayhem.bandcamp.com/album/tv-waltz

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