Singer-songwriter Jordan Fletcher has released his autobiographical Triple Tigers debut EP, True Stories, available everywhere now.
The four-song collection looks at Fletcher’s life as a songwriter, dad, husband, surfer, and believer. Produced by Dave Cobb, the EP is an honest reflection of Fletcher’s story so far.
“It’s an incredible blessing the way this project came out,” offers Fletcher, who recently made his Grand Ole Opry debut. “We pulled straight from the veins on these songs and working with Cobb has brought out every bit of what they’re supposed to be.” He continues, “All of my songs are autobiographical. If I’m singing it, it will be true about me. If you watched a childhood video of me on VHS, this is what you would see. I’m not making this shit up or shying away from what I believe.”
Jacksonville-born and Nashville-based, Fletcher signed to Triple 8 Management and became a Triple Tigers recording artist in September of 2021. He first came on to the scene with a strong crop of demos, including “Firebird,” “Still Those Kids,” “I Know You Are, But What Am I,” and “Rather Be Broke,” which came out in late 2021 and was quickly added to Sirius XMs Highway Finds.
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