Thursday, July 7, 2016

Jerry Williams announces 'Mother' video‏

UK singer/songwriter Jerry Williams has revealed the official video for her brand new single ‘Mother’, out now. It is the lead single taken from her forthcoming EP Let’s Just Forget It,due for release September 16th.  
Filmed in a bright yellow studio the video perfectly complements Jerry’s fresh vintage style, showcasing her energetic and playful persona in a fun-filled band performance. It’s a 2-minute, 20-second slice of indie-pop perfection.

Co-written and produced with longtime collaborator Dan Brown the single also features Ian Matthews (Kasabian) on drums alongside Jerry’s intricate and rhythmic guitar playing, creating the catchy melodic tones of the song. The single is taken from the forthcoming EPLet’s Just Forget It and will feature on the new TV series ‘Scream’ which airs on July 12thon MTV USA and Netflix in Europe.  
‘Mother’ is the latest track from the Portsmouth based, 20-year-old songstress and follows the previous single ‘Boy Oh Boy’, which received national radio support with BBC Introducing and features on the acclaimed Cold Beer EP released last year.

Drawing inspiration from artists such as Vampire Weekend, Slow Club and Coldplay, Jerry’s narrative storytelling has caught the attention of some big songwriters and she has collaborated with Dan Carey (Rae Morris, Miles Kane), Carey Willets (Athlete) and Jim Duguid (Paulo Nutini, Alex Clare) and has been compared to the likes of Lily Allen and Gabrielle Aplin. She has also been signed recently by Select Models Management.
As one of the UK’s most exciting upcoming female artists of 2016, Jerry and her band will be appearing at BST Hyde Park on July 9th along with Take That, Olly Murs, Ella Eyre and more. Full details and tickets available here.
Already packing out venues across her home town of Portsmouth, Jerry Williams has been impressing music fans across Europe following her recent debut European Tour supporting Vanessa Carlton, which saw her play a sold-out show at the Lexington, London.

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