“Love that grows old” by Max Jury

Having released his debut album in June, Max Jury has unveiled the video for his new single “Love that grows old”. The video, directed by French director Christopher Rihet, was shot in Paris, and features the French model Dolorès Doll. Speaking about shooting the video Max says “I had a wonderful time filming this new video clip in Paris. It was shot and directed by Christophe Rihet – who I think always does a beautiful job and has a real skill in understanding my music and capturing emotion. And stars of course the lovely and talented Dolores Doll who I’m sure one day will rule the world.”

23 year old Max writes, sings, plays guitar and piano, and has a voice like no other. He’s spent much of the last two years living in London, his adopted second home, after growing up in Des Moines, Iowa. He writes perfectly formed songs that veer from the bittersweet, to the romantic, the bruised and even the hopeful.

Max’s self-titled debut album was recorded in New York with hip hop producer Inflo and a band of musicians who regularly play with Alicia Keys and D’Angelo, and in a sleepy North Carolina town with the musical director of a small, local black church. Both these locales helped Max effortlessly bridge gospel and soul with his country roots.