‘Problems’, the third track to be lifted from Jarryd James’ forthcoming album, was recorded in a New York studio with not one but two producers – Malay and Clams Casino – at the helm. The driving beat that underpins the track was played live by Jarryd on a drumkit, with Clams Casino working his magic soon after.
Jarryd says of ‘Problems’, “I was doing some sessions with Malay at Germano studios in Manhattan. Clams Casino came in to join us for the day. I was screwing around on the drums, just playing a whole bunch of random stuff. Malay was rolling the whole time, then Clams jumped in and chopped up some of the sections to make the beat heard in Problems. Malay and I then proceeded to build sounds around it. It is a song about addiction and how it affects relationships.”
‘Problems’ comes off the heels of Jarryd’s triple j Like A Version performance of Cold Chisel’s ‘When The War Is Over’ and his second single, ‘Let It Go’ with Matt Corby and Joyride.