Following press and radio acclaim for their recent Delta Blues single, pop-rockers Jetstream kick off 2019 with new track The Last Goodbye and a show at London’s Islington Academy on 16thFebruary. The radio-friendly rock ballad The Last Goodbye is laced with brooding synths and passionate vocals and is available now on all streaming and download platforms.

Watch the new video for The Last Goodbye on YouTube here now.

Listen to The Last Goodbye on Spotify here now.

“Songwriting can be incredibly therapeutic, and crafting The Last Goodbye was certainly a big release of emotion,” explains songwriter and guitarist Stu Whitwell. “It’s a song that was waiting to be written. Every piece of it, the music, the words, even the spaces in between the words, play an equally important part to define mood and the message. It’s a finely tuned blend of sweet melody and dark undertones – we’re really proud of it, and keen for the public to hear it.”

Smashing out a hybrid of energetic rock guitars, anthemic pop vocals and EDM-influenced synths, the Jetstream sound draws from a big bank of influences such as Queen, The Killers, David Bowie and Imagine Dragons. Hailing from the British Rock of Gibraltar, Jetstream have quickly built a loyal fanbase across Europe after delivering powerful support and festival performances alongside The Script, Rag n’ Bone Man, John Newman, Bastille and Kaiser Chiefs.

Find Jetstream at facebook.com/jetstreamofficial, instagram.com/jetstreamofficial and twitter.com/jetstreamgib now.

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