This is the final single release from Jacko Hooper this year, following new releases every other month of the year.
Tracks have seen radio airplay on BBC Introducing and KCRW and have been successfully playlisted by a host of premium independent curators.
The track is bittersweet, melancholic and speaks of needing to leave a relationship or situation for the greater good having exhausted all other options. It’s time to move on but the journey is going to be difficult for everyone involved.
Recent tour history includes; James Bay, Chet Faker, James Blunt, Michael Kiwanuka, Passenger, Freya Ridings, SOAK, Foxes, Amber Run, Russian Red, Rachel Sermanni, Natalie Prass, Luke Sital Singh and many, many more.
Jacko also runs Brighton’s premiere folk promotions company and boutique record label, Folklore Sessions which has hosted over 200 acts at their monthly showcases since 2014 as well as hundreds of other shows across the south of England, working with artists such as Bess Atwell, George Ogilvie, Passenger, Phil Cook, Martha Gunn, The Xcerts, Kudu Blue, Sam Brookes, Chloe Foy, Katherine Priddy and many, many more.
‘Something quite darkly beautiful…’
‘Sentimental, wistful and touching, Jacko Hooper is a one-man songwriting machine with a painfully beautiful voice that is bound to move even those with the coldest hearts.’
– Another Lazy Sunday Promotions
‘One of our favourite singer-songwriters this year. With a dedicated army of followers around the world and a voice recalling the late Jeff Buckley, we predict huge things for next year…’
– Source Magazine
“Jacko Hooper is without doubt one of the best artist to feature on Balcony TV to date, his live performance is gripping and intense and his songs stay with you long after the show, catchy melodies and clever chord structures, he is one to watch in 2014…”
‘His first title had the audience stunned into silence. It was indescribable. The awe was overwhelming simply because I cannot stress enough how beautifully Hooper played.’