Jeino is a versatile French pop artist and singer-songwriter. He is known for his light-hearted soundscapes with a remarkable contemplative edge. Alongside infusions of dance, dreams, anthemic rhythms, and spellcasting melodies, this quotient becomes especially vivid. It is easy to be swept away by it. And this definitely rings true in the context of his latest single, ‘Demain N’Existe Pas’. An electro pop spread that rises and falls as effortlessly as waves of the ocean. There’s so much color, texture, animations, and emotions; all balanced to capture the essence of the theme : ‘Tomorrow does not exist’.

The track is introduced with nimble guitar acoustics and reflective baritones. It falls like flecks of snow on the ears, easy and effortless. In the chorus, it is raised to an electro sphere. Dance beats tie into carnival synths and piano tangents, urging the listener to celebrate this moment, this day. He doesn’t approach the theme with a sense of urgency or doom. Instead, he highlights the beauty and wonder of being alive, boosting it with grand sonic gestures and elevating tones. You’ll spot some Anglo-Saxon pop influences that give the track a cultural edge. Its earthy and raw stylings nicely temper and complement the electro-acoustic hybrid. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Demain N’Existe Pas’ by Jeino here –