Jethro Heston unleashes what is set to be one of the huge house tracks of 2018 – ‘Feel Good’, released on Born Dirty Records on 11 May.

Listen to Jethro Heston ‘Feel Good’ HERE

Jethro Heston’s newest release is a naughty up-front house track which has all the makings of an anthem. ‘Feel Good’ combines old skool piano house with a supremely powerful female vocal to deliver a cut that displays much of the best parts of 90s house, whilst still feeling completely fresh.

As Jethro Heston says: “With this track I was on a mission to make the most high-energy club-driven track that I could. I really wanted to give it an old skool feel, so got that classic old-skool Korg organ sound in there and also some deep piano chords. I played around with a lot more sounds to give it more of a modern feel. I’ve got a really good feeling about this one, and the vocal is amazing. It adds a lot to the tune and fits perfectly”

Jethro Heston is fast becoming one of the UK’s most exciting emerging talents. He has received strong support from leading DJs and tastemakers including Disciples, Blonde, and TDQ – aka Royal-T, DJ Q and Flava D.

Since Jethro Heston’s 2017 release of the acclaimed ‘Cut Me Loose’, he has built a large, loyal following including over 2 million YouTube views, over 1.8 million Spotify streams, and over 8 million Facebook video views. Jethro Heston runs the Born Dirty Records label and has forthcoming releases with the likes of Alex Mills, Adam Engle of Blonde and acclaimed Baltimore vocalist Max Marshall.

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