'What You Saying?' EP
Airplay includes ITV1, BBC Intro Wales, BBC Radio Wales, Nation Radio, GTFM, MonFM, Morphe Radio, Radio Kaos Caribou, Radio Cardiff and many more community radio stations.
“I really enjoyed that, it’s a catchy song. I was singing along by the end of that.”Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1.
“The influences are there to hear, especially in Jack’s voice, well done sir.”Adam Walton (BBC Radio Wales).
“Close your eyes and think back to 1994 and the days of jangly Indie guitar music. The LA's and Oasis would be proud to call this track their own. Jacks vocal is perfectly suited to the style of the song and it screams attitude. His guitar playing is effortless and I can see this lad having a real bright future”.David Pottinger, Move on up blog.
“Conjuring up visions of Jake Bugg, early Oasis, and rock titans The Jam, Jack Perrett is Newport’s newest talent and music’s most exciting new star.”Anthem Review.
“Elements of of 90’s Britpop and similarities with The Stone Roses (especially in ‘Drunk And Stoned’) shine through”.Joshua Knapman (South Wales Argus).
Music Video for 'Like A Fever' by Jack Perrett. Song recorded at Rat Trap Studios, Cardiff Produced by Steffan Pringle. Music Video by ...
Music Video for 'Portlife' by Jack Perrett. Song recorded at One Louder Studios, Newport. Produced by Phil Smith. Music Video by Focus ...
Jack Perrett performing an acoustic version of I Wanna Be Adored by The Stone Roses on BBC Radio Wales....
Jack Perrett performing the track 'Me And You' which is off his debut EP 'What You Saying?'....
Jack Perrett performing the Slade classic 'Come On Feel The Noize' live on the Jamie Owen show on BBC Radio Wales. Website: www.jackperr...
With the Gallagher brothers still at loggerheads on their will they won’t they reunion shows, it’s thrilling when a new act channels the spirit of Britpop’s golden era yet isn’t afraid to include references to the more contemporary singer-songwriters such as Jake Bugg/Jack Garrett/Kate Tempest et al within his music. Jack Perrett is one such new voice, youthful, bold, confident and unashamedly populist in his outlook and his songwriting.
Jack’s debut EP ‘What You Saying?’ gathered critical support across the UK as well as gaining plays in American and Australia. A side ‘Me And You’ was featured on ITV1’s This Morning television programme, whilst well-known arbiter of all things cool and Welsh, Dave Owens included another of the EP tracks, ‘Drunk And Stoned’ in his Wales Online ‘Top 100 welsh songs of 2016’ playlist. Jack capped off a successful 2016 when he was voted into the Final 6 of Project: Aloft Star. In the final Jack performed in front music industry professionals including BBC Radio DJ’s Huw Stephens and Sian Anderson and Spector frontman Fred Macpherson.
Accompanied by his band, Jack has performed in cities all over the UK including London, Cardiff, and Manchester alongside bands such as Himalayas, The Sherlocks and From The Jam. Performing at festivals such as Beano on the sea in Hastings, which involved iconic Britpop bands Cast, Reef and Echobelly.
Under the production guidance of Estrons producer Steffan Pringle, Jack has recorded no holds barred, bombastic terrace anthems ‘In The Morning’, ‘Nothing For Anyone and ‘The Full Jonty’ which have all been played on BBC Radio Wales. As well as appearances on Janice Long’s show on BBC Radio Wales, ‘In The Morning’ was included on the BBC Radio Wales playlist for 4 weeks. The track also caught the attention of BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens when he broadcasted the song on his show.
Airplay includes ITV1, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Intro Wales, BBC Radio Wales, Nation Radio, GTFM, MonFM, Morphe Radio, Radio Kaos Caribou, Radio Cardiff and many more community radio stations.