London-based songwriter JW Ridley has released an accompanying visual to his latest single ‘Homesick (Out of the Blue)’. Produced with Ali Chant who has previously worked with Perfume Genius and Portishead, this track carries a similar emotive weight and is delivered in Jay’s haunting baritone. It quietly builds against Jay's monotone vocal yet urgent guitar riffs and staggered percussion add a curious sense of unease. Written in isolation in the strange small rooms of Ridley’s south London home-share. The final bridge of “I want you to see me” feels like a cry out into darkness, crying out of his confinement. JW commented “it’s about the things we hold on to or the things that never really leave us”. Following the brooding ‘Glass Eyes’, this single is another exceptional example of JW’s distressing, exceptional indie-rock and evokes thoughts of The National and The Antlers. Watch the visual for ‘Homesick (Out of the Blue)’ above.