With a self described sound, termed as a combination of "moody soulful vocals influenced by the Motown/doo woop, there's also splices of "R&B, hip-hop, grime and London living" in the musical mixture of Jesse Elvis.
As grandiose and ambitious as this all sounds, credit where it's due — Elvis neatly packages his formative influences here on new cut, "All Good". Boasting an arrestingly rich texture to his vocal, complete with a smooth grasp of harmony, it's reminiscent of The Temptations and Delfonics in soulful, slow build. The next layer of beat-boxed percussion however, transforms the essence and we're left with a wonderfully forward thinking, yet throwback-nodding, slice of soul.
Serving as the perfect into to unfamiliar ears, Jesse Elvis' forthcoming EP Paint The Picture is slated for early July, whilst we wait it out for the forthcoming mid-length project, until then, "All Good" delivers, just like it's supposed to.