Jeremy Jay has dreamy, stream-of-consciousness indie pop inspired by synth pop, ’50s innocence, and most importantly, films. His Dreamwalker EP was conceived because the soundtrack to a brief film with the same name, starring Jay; St. Ives released it being a handmade, limited model of 300 copies in-may of 2007. That November, he came back using the Airwalker EP, his K Information debut; that Dec saw the discharge from the We HAVE THERE BEEN one. The Alpha Tempo one and full-length record A LOCATION Where WE’RE ABLE TO Go found its way to springtime 2008. Jay got a far more synth pop-inflected start 2009’s Gradual Dance as well as the one Breaking the Glaciers, while the pursuing year’s Splash came back to a far more traditional indie pop audio. Dream Journal, his most polished-sounding function yet, found its way to Apr 2011. Jay soundtracked a set of movies, Belle Epine and Grand Central, before time for the pop flip with 2014’s Discontinued Apartments.