Lindsay Jordan & The Gypsies
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Lindsay Jordan & The Gypsies

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2020

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States
Established on Jan, 2020
Band Rock Pop




"Lindsay Jordan’s “New World”: A Sonic Manifesto of Empowerment and Change"

Singer-songwriter Lindsay Jordan is emerging as a compelling force, weaving a tapestry of genres that transcends age boundaries.

Hailing from Kendall Park, NJ, Lindsay’s musical journey began early, nurtured by a family of musicians. Her trajectory, from singing at the tender age of 6 to becoming a full-fledged singer-songwriter by 21, is nothing short of remarkable.

Lindsay’s musical roots delve into a diverse array of influences, with a particular affinity for Rock music. Her inspirations, ranging from Janis Joplin to Pink, Alanis Morrissette to Sheryl Crow, KT Tunstall, and Melissa Etheridge, manifest in a unique fusion of styles that define her sound. Celebrating the release of her debut EP, “Silver Strings,” on December 1st, 2021, Lindsay’s star is undoubtedly on the rise.

The single “New World” stands as a testament to Lindsay’s prowess as a musician and lyricist. The song’s opening is marked by a smooth drum groove that sets the stage for Lindsay’s haunting lyrics. A delicate piano melody and acoustic guitar sounds follow, creating an evocative atmosphere that draws the listener into the narrative.

As the verses unfold, the subtle inclusion of an organ in the background adds depth to the composition. Lindsay’s vocals, filled with passion and conviction, echo themes of empowerment and resistance. The chorus, a crescendo of sonic intensity, hits with force, marked by a powerful snare drum hit and an exhilarating organ run. The result is an epic wall of sound that captures the essence of Lindsay’s message.

The lyrics of “New World” carry a poignant significance, addressing themes of societal change, women’s empowerment, and the collective voice. Lindsay’s words resonate with urgency as she sings, “Don’t you mess with the girls of the world / Cause we’re pissed off and we are coming for you so be careful with what you do.” The call for change is reinforced with the refrain, “I believe in a new world,” a mantra that reverberates throughout the song.

The instrumental arrangement complements Lindsay’s lyrical prowess, with sporadic blues chops on the piano adding a tasteful and dynamic element. The chorus, with its doubled vocals and soaring melody, creates a sonic landscape that feels larger than life.

The culmination of this single is particularly noteworthy, as Lindsay’s vocals soar over the repeated chorus in a wall of epic sound. It’s a cathartic and empowering conclusion that leaves a lasting impression.

“New World” is more than a song—it’s a sonic manifesto. It’s a call to action, an anthem of empowerment, and a declaration of belief in a better future. With her unique blend of influences and a musicality that captivates, Lindsay Jordan is undoubtedly an artist to watch as she continues to make waves in the music industry. - Arizona Bay Music Co.


Silver Strings EP (2021)
New World Single (2022)

Love for the Holidays Single (2023)

Mr. Boss Man Single (2024)



Singer-songwriter Lindsay Jordan's unique style brings together a variety of genres reaching the likes of multiple age groups. However, Lindsay identifies most with Rock music being heavily influenced by female singers including Janis Joplin, Pink, Alanis Morrissette, Sheryl Crow and many more. 
Recent notable performances include opening for The Goo Goo Dolls' lead singer, Johnny Rzeznik at Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank NJ on December 14th 2021 with her band, Lindsay Jordan & The Gypsies. Also, sharing the stage on background vocals with David Bryan (Bon Jovi) and Michael Ghegan (SuperTramp). 

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