Jaime Wyatt has shared her new album Feel Good alongside the video to the album’s title track, which she filmed whilst on tour.
Feel Good, the lead single, is a track that Jaime Wyatt has declared to be one of the favourite songs she has ever written – at the core it’s a song about building a relationship with herself, and making space for herself to feel good. It’s a song of almost defiance, countering her initial thoughts that she has to fit in and had to be straight.
The album taps into Jaime Wyatt’s innermost feelings, dealing with grief and growth, with both sensitivity and swagger. It channels healing, query joy and self-love, whilst featuring nods to Al Green, Otis Redding, Waylon Jennings and Bobbie Gentry.
A West Coast native, Wyatt first began turning heads with her breakout 2017 debut, Felony Blues, which chronicled her now much-publicised battle with addiction and transformative journey through the criminal justice system. Her 2020 follow-up and New West debut, Neon Cross, tackled even more profoundly personal revelations and arrived to tremendous acclaim.
image of Jaime Wyatt courtesy Jody Domingue