Known for their flawless harmonies, Indie folk powerhouse trio JEMS is releasing their sophomore album ‘Back Around’. In ten tracks the album takes listeners on a journey as they effortlessly blend emotional storytelling and organic sounds. With a three-part harmony so in sync, they’ve created a “fourth voice” that perfectly channels each unique sound and melds together into one. The album was produced by Justin Glasco (Paris Paloma) and was inspired by a cross-country solar eclipse pilgrimage undertaken by the band, reflected in the album’s cover art which evokes a circular journey.

Each member of JEMS brings their own musical background along with an initial to the table. Jessica Rotter (J), a Los Angeles native with a successful singing career, found her true voice in indie folk. Emily Colombier (E), the daughter of renowned musicians Paula Hochhalter and Michel Colombier, reconnects with her childhood friend Jessica, contributing her unique style to the group. Sarah Margaret Huff (MS), hailing from Mississippi, brings diverse musical experiences from Nashville to Los Angeles and adds another layer to the trio’s multifaceted sound. Since forming in 2017, the band has gained a notable following performing on NPR’s World Cafe Live and touring with She & Him.