Kyle Jordan is an alt-pop singer/songwriter out of Long Island, New York.
With musical influences spanning all the way from 80's synth-pop to the 90s punk scene and all the way to today's electric and frenetic style of production, Kyle Jordan fuses the powerful songwriting and unique musical character of John Mayer, Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran with an added touch of gritty electronic production in the vein of artists like Blackbear and Billie Eilish.
Kyle Jordan's music is as instantly relatable as it is contagiously upbeat. Kyle's live sets are known to be a fun mix of catchy original music as well as classic bar-room anthems that are sure to get everybody in the audience engaged with the show. Kyle Jordan started his career as a performer in Boston, Massachusetts playing at bars, clubs and festivals spanning from the original Cheers bar in Beacon Hill to The Big E festival in Springfield. After his move back into the New York music scene, Kyle Jordan has hit the ground running with performances all over Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island including venues such as The Bitter End and Rockwood Music Hall.
Kyle's debut EP "Lost" is an eclectic mixture of upbeat and danceable pop pop with down-to-earth, sobering songwriting. The EP serves to contrast itself at every level to represent that confusing and sometimes internally conficting nature of falling in love in this time.