So Le Me Go is the 2nd single from Jake Davis’s debut EP “The Valley” The EP is inspired by growing up in the suburban 818 area code just outside of Los Angeles known as the San Fernando Valley.
So Le Me Go recently had it’s live debut when Jake Davis opened the Santa Monica Pier Twilight Concert with it. Other acts on the bill included Cibo Matto and Save Ferris.
Here’s a song-specific quote about the single:
“So Le Me Go is basically just pure sex. It’s dripping in distortion and soaked with heavy beats. I open my shows with it… definitely gets the blood pumping.” -Jake Davis
Spotify Link for So Le Me Go: https://open.spotify.com/track/1u1Bxkq7iyytCxdMQvE6IU
Spotify Link for debut EP The Valley: https://open.spotify.com/album/5yy2y6fjWc1GoZXPMgmTZ1
Meet Jake Davis
Since a young age, Jake Davis embraced the hardworking creative nature of his Los Angeles surroundings by perfecting his craft in vocals, guitar, bass, drums, mandolin, and ukulele. Continuing his musical skill, Davis produced many local bands during his time at UCLA; describing himself as ‘very technical’ he records, produces, edits and colors his own tracks and videos from his self-made home studio.
In the summer of 2015 Davis formed a band with friends Jordan Meltzer (guitar), James Harmon (bass), Eddy Barco (drums); enabling him to reach a new overwhelmingly energetic performance. He explains “I think what stands out is the writing, the hooks, and the lyrics. That’s what get people to the shows. But once they’re there none of that matters, it’s all about the energy.”