Latvian artist JL Kalmann, often compared to a young Elvis Presley and acclaimed for his soulful performances, has recently surprised music lovers with a new song "Mirror On The Wall".
The song is a tender, introspective ballad that diverges from the typical summer anthem. It resonates with its insightful lyrics and emotional depth, making it a timeless addition to any music playlist. Fans of artists like Francis and The Lights will fall in love with this track.
According to JL Kalmann, the song carries a clear message:
The power to change lies within ourselves. Nothing will change unless we take the initiative to transform our own reflection in the mirror. Collaborating with brothers Rudolph and Sebastian Macati, the song came to life as an amalgamation of various moments of inspiration. Produced by Rolands Priverts, it is a testament to my willingness to step out of my comfort zone and explore new musical territories.
The new single, "Mirror On The Wall," is released under Made In Baltics, a renowned label and management company known for their work with Estonian supergroup Ewert and The Two Dragons, as well as Chris Noah and other notable artists. JL Kalmann's association with this label further demonstrates his growing presence in the music industry.
The 22-year-old musician, currently residing in Spain, has taken 1.5 years to release new music since his debut single "Don't Stop" made waves on Radio Five airwaves back in 2021. Born and raised in Riga, Latvia, JL Kalmann's journey as a musician began at a young age. His remarkable talent and ability to connect with audiences on an emotional level garnered attention in 2017 when he became the youngest participant in the Supernova competition, securing second place. Since then, his commitment to his craft has solidified his position as a rising star in the Latvian music scene.