A prime talent expands her pop vision beyond the bedroom into more ambitious vistas on her third album, which glistens and shines with confidence Twenty-one-year-old singer songwriter, producer and all round indie pop visionary Jordana is part of a new wave of Gen Z artists making music individually and on their own terms unencumbered by boundaries, barriers or restrictions of the music industry and what an artist "should" be doing. Face The Wall is the third full length album from someone who has already spent much time making music and honing her craft, and it finds her expanding her pop vision beyond the bedroom into more ambitious vistas. It's a record that fully realises and makes good on the promise that she has always shown going back to her formative days as a teenager making music on GarageBand and uploading to Bandcamp while making ends meet by busking in her home town of North Beach, Maryland.
A growing sense of confidence undergirds the songs on Face the Wall, the new album from rising singer/songwriter Jordana. She first debuted with a pair of stellar records that thoroughly explored the worlds of slinking bedroom pop and folk, but Jordana's talents quickly began to expand past the ….