Native to the rugged landscapes of Cornwall in the United Kingdom, Liam Jordan is an alt-rock artist who began his musical journey at a young age in school bands and later went solo, penning some of his first original material.

After many years of playing regular venue residencies and in folk clubs around the UK, Jordan set out to work on his first major release and self-titled debut album.

The release of the record in 2018 saw it's lead single ' Tap at My Window' get featured in Richer Unsigned's 'Best of 2018' playlist in association with Q Magazine. Shortly after playing Manchester Folk Festival, Jordan joined a roster of great Americana and folk artists, including Stephen Fearing (Blackie & The Rodeo Kings), Kyshona Armstrong and Lynn Hansen, with independant label Fish Records.

Fusing folk, country, gospel, rock with strong subject matter and powerful and emotive production, the album nods a respectful head to songwriting greats such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young.

"Liam Jordan’s debut album not only nails his colours to the mast as a certified talent, but just might be the first rung on his ascent to greatness. With a voice that sits between Jeff Tweedy and Jason Isbell, and with his own narrative framed in what would now be firmly coined as the landscape of Americana, it’s a rewarding debut. One to check out and keep a close eye on." - Matt Owens (Noah And The Whale)

" A great new voice in Americana and folk music" - Tom Russell