Jackal Shares “Summer In Your Arms” – 2nd Single from Forthcoming ‘Endorphins’ EP + Announces EP Release Parties

• Jackal Unveils “Summer In Your Arms”
• 2nd Single from Forthcoming Endorphins EP
• Announces EP Release Parties: SF, LA, NYC

Following the unveiling of lead single “Feel It” in early April, Jackal returns to share “Summer In Your Arms,” the second offering from his forthcoming Endorphins EP.

The enigmatic Jackal, born Mikey Pennington, is no stranger to the spotlight. From chart-topping releases to touring and performing at several of the top clubs in the world, there isn’t much that he hasn’t accomplished already. It comes as no surprise that his latest musical offering is chock-full with quality and charisma. An artist with roots in hip hop and trap, Pennington’s recent string of releases show a maturation and transformation that is representative of an artist undergoing a conscious evolution in style. “Summer In Your Arms” is more on the melodic side of the spectrum, focusing more on emotion than pure uninhibited adrenaline. “Endorphins isn’t just a collection of songs. Its my first-ever real cohesive project,” he says in regards to his EP. He set out with a goal to produce a coherent mini-album that tells a story, and his newest single is the latest step in tackling yet another landmark in his impressively developing journey as an artist.

To celebrate his EP release, Jackal is also announcing a trio of EP release parties in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and last but not least, New York City. For tickets + more info, click the flyer below or right here.

About Jackal:
Jackal is a figure like no other in electronic music. He consistently refuses any boundaries given to him — whether they be the confines of the dreary English seaside town he grew up in, or the barriers between musical genres, he continues to shine and develop his craft. Alongside his clear influences from dubstep, hip-hop and electro-house, Jackal possesses a keen ear and appreciation for everything from UK grime, garage house, and even heavy metal. A typical Jackal show (anything but typical) renders genre distinctions pointless and irrelevant, as he seamlessly fuses them all into his bass-driven sound. With his full EP set to drop on 6/6 and a full tour in the works, the time of the Jackal is truly upon us.