Canadian artist Jermey Rice introduces his two-part album with title track, “The End of the Highway”.

Hailing from Newfoundland, Jeremy Rice currently resides in Quebec, a Canadian artist making melodic americana rock music. Currently working on the release of his two-part album launch, Friday 14th October saw the artist share part-one among title-track “The End of the Highway”. 


Dropping his debut album ‘Jeremy Rice and the Legendary Fist of Takinawa’, in 2019, the artist has since released a handful of tracks heavily influenced by the nostalgic sounds of 70s americana and classic rock. Alongside writing his own music, Jeremy’s work can also be seen across TV and games, having crafted the music and sound design for cartoon early learning maths game Zorbit’s Maths Adventure, to creating the original score for the adventure television series The Skinny Dip, it’s fair to say the artist has a flair for creating. 


Working towards his two-part EP, ‘The End of the Highway’  is a four-track project detailing a transparent love story about the journey of life. Teasing snippets of the music video for “The End of the Highway” across his Instagram, this opening track sees Jeremy collaborate with Aaron Elliot for the colour/fx visual edits. The album also features infectious release “Why Do You Lie”, which Jeremy dropped in the height of summer with vibrant pop art visuals. 

Stream 'The End of the Highway' in full below: