Jack Cade is like a ballsy raid of larynx fire!
Where good is fragile and weeps in gospel existence, bad howls and redemption sparkles in countrypolitan territories. Chemistry of the greatest folklore beasts, are in the genes of his creations.
An Americana and folk artist who you’ll come across playing shows, either solo or with his full band the Everyday Sinners. Collision Music UK has just dropped a video (inspired by the Shane Meadows and Paddy Considine film of the same name) for the song “Dead Man’s Shoes’ , releasing Jack’s first solo acoustic album ‘A Murder of Crows’ in the beginning of April featuring songs written over the last couple of years.
Having his own unshakable style his songs weave often dark tales bases on his own experiences or those of close friends. they’re largely inspired by the places he has lived and the events associated with each of those places as well as a love of Spaghetti Westerns, horrors and any film with grit. He grew up in the backwaters of Kent, before finding a home in the Medway Towns at a time when the likes of Billy Childish, The Prisoners and James Taylor Quartet dominated the local music scene. He’s since lived in Reading and more recently Brighton.
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