Singer/Songwriter Ezra Jordan Drops New “Cheap Therapy” EP, Keeping Life Bouncy


 

Even when the cards are not dealt in your favor initially, you may find that a simple pivot is exactly what you need. Today we are deep diving into a brand new Cheap Therapy EP from the talented multi-instrumentalist Ezra Jordan. An experienced musician in his own right, Ezra began his love for music all the way back at the tender age of 4 by learning drums and guitar. Ezra’s music career began on a rather different route, originally pursuing a career as an accomplished pianist but the world had a different plan in mind. Ezra suffered a world-breaking injury at the age of 18, putting his life on hold for 18 months of rehab and training. During this life break, Ezra discovered his love for being a singer/songwriter, making the hard pivot to his current career.

Ezra’s latest EP, Cheap Therapy, is his latest major drop on this new path. Ezra has already amassed legions of fans and millions of streams, and absolutely understand why. Each track takes a different stab at the singer/songwriter and pop dance genres, letting Ezra introduce each facet of his sound. Personally, our favorite tracks are the opener “Hair Fall Down”, which sets the eager and sexy tone of the EP, quickly followed by the addictive “Cliffs” that keeps the party bouncing through the middle. Ezra Jordan is quickly growing into becoming an amazingly talented singer/songwriter and we can’t wait to catch him live!

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Brandon Stuhr

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