Maddox Jones has today released his new album titled ‘Believe It’ on Radikal Records. That mixture of electro-pop and original songwriting act like little rushes of blood to the head with hooks woven into hooks and a tight sound that is as creative as it is signature.

While a clear evolution from his EP ‘Headspace‘, there is also an evolution of the overall sound. More refined and diverse, this 12 song offering is more than a continuation of the solo project started two years ago; it’s an evolution of the music itself.

‘Believe It’ is out as of today.

Check out our other features with Maddox Jones HERE.

About Maddox Jones

After a career of playing in bands and collaborating with other artists, British singer-songwriter Maddox Jones made his debut as a solo artist in 2020 with the critically acclaimed EP, Headspace. The EP reached #4 in the iTunes singer songwriter chart, as well as the follow up 2021 single “Can’t Wait for the Summer” also hit the top spot on the same chart.

Jones then teamed up with ARIA award nominated multi-platinum selling DJs Bombs Away to deliver an official remix of lead single and title track, “Headspace.” The internationally recognized Australian duo transformed the hypnotic synth-washed pop number into an epic dance-floor banger and pushed “Headspace” to #11 on Music Week’s Commercial Pop Chart.

Featured as One to Watch in 2022 by BBC Introducing Northampton, Jones as a solo artist. He also achieved #5 on Music Week’s commercial pop and upfront club chart with “Make Me Yours,” remixed by Beyond Chicago (Example, Limit3r and WZA). As a support artist, Jones has opened for Thomas Heaton, Beaux and The Lottery Winners. Prior to going solo, Jones’ career included four Top 40 hits with The Departure, as well as supporting The Killers and Placebo and playing at Reading and Leeds Festival and Glastonbury.

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