Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Jack Of All deliver catchy beats a plenty with their debut EP Bindle-Punk

Jack of All are an alternative Folk/Rock double act who formed in April 2014 in Malvern, Worcestershire.

To begin with they performed locally but it wasn't long before they gained fans in London, The East Midlands and Yorkshire.

Their lyrics are rooted in a political and social consciousness which originates from their own personal experiences.

Whilst their sound is unique, you can notice how it's slightly influenced by the likes of The Levellers and Billy Bragg.

The duo have already performed at Arkfest, The Worcester Music Festival and the Oxjam Takeover in Leicester.

Jack Of All are Laurence Alridge on Guitars and Vocals and Anna Clifton on Violin and Electric Violin. Outside of the band, Laurence is a professional actor and Anna is an ethical goldsmith and jewelry designer.

10% of all sales from their debut EP goes to Parkinson's UK, at the moment the EP is only available to purchase by e-mailing 

Here's a run down of what you can expect from Jack Of All's debut EP - Bindle-Punk

Definitions is a catchy tune full of upbeat instrumentals and quirky lyrics.

Home's intro resembles a barber shop quartet before transforming into a smooth instrumental arrangement and the lyrics are fun to listen to.

Thank You For Your Application is a sad song and deals with a problem a lot of people are facing currently.

On Top Of The Hills features more beautiful yet haunting instrumentals.

All About The Money commences with vocals rather then the usual instrumentals, the vocals pack more of a punch then the other tracks.

I liked the sound bites at the start and end of the EP.

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Post By - Boulent Mustafa

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