The London based duo Juke Jaxon is made up of Jack Moore and Ben Hawthorne. The two musicians met just two summers ago and are following their first single's success, "Memory Man". Their style of music is not necessarily original, but carries significant stature for being raw and artistic. What stands out about Juke Jaxon is their cohesive skills to combine emotional melodies with moving vocals, a spectacular combination if done right. EARMILK has the honour of showcasing the music video to coincide with "Memory Man".
Juke Jaxon's latest video for the first single takes the viewer on a visual chase of symbolic inferences between two characters. The chorus praises the power of a singular person, which carries over visually through the music video. The assassin’s role is juxtaposed during training and later in life in an interesting manner of visual referencing. The video is directed by Lukasz Pytlik, a creative cinematographer with projects working alongside other Indie acts.
The emerging duo has found a powerful form of expression through collaborative efforts with a bright future. They have more music in the pipelines coming soon so enjoy their first real release for now. Stay tuned with Juke Jaxon for future work to ignite your interest in moving melodic music.