TUNE Jack Found - Uh Oh
JACK FOUND, variously described as the love child of Jarvis Cocker and David Bowie with a large sprinkle of David Byrne and Rex Orange County added , is finally back after his debut single “Sundown” (following a long period of writing and recording), with one of the most original songs of the year “UH OH”. Pop sensibilities coupled with some of the most intricate musical structures and instrumentations, Jack is a breath of fresh air in an often stifled musical landscape.
Having just performed in such varied places as Barcelona (at the Mercat de Music Viva De Vic festival), London Town, Abu Dhabi and Cornwall, Jack is taking his irrepressible brand of musical genius to all corners of the Globe. Already invited to play in Taiwan, SXSW & Focus Wales next year, the live shows continue to get rave reviews and until you get to see them live, you won’t truly appreciate what a musical menagerie you will experience. The mixture of trombone, keys, bass, drums, guitar and vocal pyrotechnics will find your legs moving involuntarily or otherwise, these are gigs where you leave smiling, sweaty, with aching legs but an irresistible urge to dance your way to the bus stop.
“UH OH” is one of the live favourites, it’s hook laden, addictive beats and lyrical brilliance, create an intelligent pop track, not often found in today’s homogeneous market. This in part due to Jack’s musical upbringing and enduring/enjoying years of practice, firstly at home, then trained at Chetham’s School Of Music in Manchester. Here he studied the whole musical spectrum from Chamber Music, Classical and beyond, hence the reason he now writes scores, string parts etc. for other artists and puts his musical melange of a brain to good use.
Now working on his album, alongside the redoubtable talents of Producer, Pete Dowsett at RYP studios, six tracks in and it’s already sounding like a future classic. Be sure to get on the JACK FOUND adventure early as you’ll be in for a great journey. “UH OH” is just the start of this musical delight and a more exciting talent would be hard to find.