Jordan’s new songs mark their first solo music since the release of the EP Watch Out! in 2021. Both cuts have become staples in Jordan’s recent DJ sets. The singles also mark their first release since announcing their name change last month. “It felt heavy carrying around ‘India Jordan’ when it really doesn’t resonate with me anymore,” Jordan said at the time.
In a press release, Jordan elaborated on the artwork for their new single, which was shot by photographer El Hardwick: “As a trans person I’m forever changing,” Jordan said. They continued:
Revisit Pitchfork’s 2020 Rising interview “London Dance Producer I. Jordan Is Building Community and Club Bangers.”