Australian singer Jacob Lee drops two new surprise tracks, “Don’t Forget Me” and “You Were Right”


After taking a 12 month hiatus since his release of Conscience, Australian alternative pop/acoustic singer Jacob Lee has returned with not one, but two new songs for his fans! Jacob is in a league of his own with hundreds of millions of streams, having his own record label, and doing it completely on solo. As if the achievements of being a self-signed artist weren’t enough, independently he has racked up more than 230 million views on his youtube channel and nearly 200 millions streams on Spotify.

“Don’t Forget Me” and “You Were Right” were two tracks which Jacob intended to release in the future but decided it was time to release them ahead of his near future EP which will be titled No Longer Hollow. These two tracks are the acoustic versions of what is in store for his upcoming release which Jacob has stated will be more electronic and a lot more bass heavy. Though this may step away from his normal acoustic sound, Jacob is still remaining true to his lyrical roots and making sure that his songs have a deep story. Whether sad, happy, or philosophical.

Take a listen to “You Were Right” on youtube and “Don’t Forget Me” below and let us know your thoughts! You can also stream Jacob on Spotify // Apple Music // Google Play

In addition to releasing new music, Jacob recently launched a 1,295 piece NFT project minted on the Ethereum Blockchain through Opeasea. The Conscience Cards are a collection of 12 cards varying from rare to ultra rare and are meant to be a collectable item exclusive to Jacob and his fans.

We are very excited that new music has come and more music is on it’s way!

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