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PREMIERE: Jude Scofield Releases “Don’t Let Me Die Alone”

After a tragic heartbreak towards the end of 2017, he decided to put his thoughts on paper and wrote what it would become his first song ‘Don’t Let Me Die Alone’ on the piano. He then borrowed his friend’s bass guitar and drums and played them for the record. After this, a string of songs were written,  with all instruments played, produced and mixed by Jude as well.

The video, which we are pleased to premiere, captures most of this tragic and yet inspiring themes throughout a mostly narrative driven video.

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Jude’s interest in music developed when his father gave him a guitar for his 6th birthday. He has always sung and performed with the guitar. He formed his own band in year 8 in high school and performed at school concerts, open nights and areas in Melbourne. After high school, he started working and gigging professionally to support himself. Working as a solo artist and working with other local wedding bands in Melbourne. It was during this time where he honed his craft, performing live to many different audiences and mixing / engineering for other musicians.

In 2016, he started learning piano by looking at YouTube tutorials, took his live mixing experience to the studio and started learning how to mix and produce using pro tools.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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