Jarryd James is a singer-songwriter and producer from Brisbane, Australia. He released his debut single "Do You Remember" on 30 January 2015, which peaked at No. 2 in Australia.
From 2012, James played guitar and sang with the indie-rock group Holland. They recorded a debut album, only to see their label permanently shelve the project. James fell into depression and temporarily quit making music. Throughout 2014, James was struggling to make music and juggle his full-time job as a youth worker.
James supported Broods on their late 2014 tour, and Anfus & Julia Stone on their February 2015 tour. His breakthrough came in early 2015 when his debut solo single “Do You Remember" climbed the charts. His debut headline tour commenced in April 2015 in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. After the debut headline tour sold out, another tour in larger venues was confirmed for July 2015.
On 24 July 2015, James announced that his debut studio album would be called Thirty One. It was released on 11 September 2015 and debuted at number 2 on the Australian charts. In the United States, a shorted Extended Play was released, with the album "Thirty One" scheduled for a January 2016 release.
Above taken from the Wikipedia page for Jarryd James, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jarryd_James on 12/6/15.