My album ‘Wait and See’ will be released on the 10th of June. I would love to see you that day at my release party in Leeszaal West, Rotterdam. You can enjoy an intimate listening session together with an art expo by Auke Triesschijn. Seatings are limited so please make your reservation at: https://jorntenhoopen.com/release.
The album will be available on vinyl. The first 50 orders will receive a limited edition for the regular album price (€25). You can order the album together with the reservation for the album release (see link above), or by emailing me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All art and design by Auke Triesschijn.
Hope to see you at my release!
Bibury is the third single that will be part of the upcoming album ‘Wait and See’. It’s one of my favorites. It feels like a little instrumental landscape, a calm and quiet place that has a nostalgic undertone. Thierry Castel has played an important role by writing a mellotron arrangement that is truly mesmerizing.
Again, Auke Triesschijn created this video that fits the music just perfectly. Sit back and enjoy the lingering sun, the vast view and the soothing images of the past.
If you want to support me you can buy my music on my Bandcamp for any amount that you wish.
And the story continues! The second single called ‘You Keep Asking’ is out now. I’m thankful to have Auke Triesschijn on my side again. He created the video and the beautiful artwork. I hope you like it!
If you want to support me you can buy both singles on my Bandcamp for any amount that you wish.
Hi, my new single “Wait and See” is out now! The single serves as a preface for its eponymous album which will follow in the spring. It is accompanied by a wonderful video directed by Auke Triesschijn. The video chronicles the adventures of a lonesome robot in the suburbs of the West of Rotterdam. What is he doing there? What is he looking for?
Don’t wait (and see)...go check it out!!
If you want to support me you can buy my single on my Bandcamp for any amount that you wish.
All music composed and recorded by Jorn ten Hoopen.
Video shot and directed by Auke Triesschijn.
Photos by Anne den Boer.
I Still Think of You is a solo guitar album recorded in an abandoned house. The natural acoustics of the different rooms were used to create the right atmosphere for each track on this somewhat melancholic album that has a raw and very intimate feel to it. One guitar and the reflections of the room, that was the concept. The simple, elegant and sometimes haunting songs are all written and performed by Jorn ten Hoopen.
No overdubs, effects or accompaniment;
just a guitar.