Jaguar Bones’ unique sound is an amalgamation of the trio’s influences from Detroit’s Motown roots, London’s alt music scene and LA’s coastal culture.
Quoting on the track, Beech says: The writing process behind Over My Dead, was slightly different to the way we did our debut single, Turn The Sky Gold. We recorded the parts between James’ Home studio in Denver and my home studio in North Hollywood. Musically, we finished Over My Dead a few months ago but it wasn’t until a recent photograph I took of local LA artist Lilliya Scarlett, that we felt inspired enough to finish the lyrics and melody of the song. That photo has now become the artwork for the single. I’m excited for people to hear Over My Dead. It’s probably the most vibey, down-tempo track I’ve been a part of writing.