The Jacques

RELEASING brand new track, Eleanor Ring Me on 20th May, Bristol based foursome, The Jacques have unleashed a truly orgasmic and trashy tune ahead of their debut, full-length album set for shelves early next year.

Alongside this, the four lads have announced six-dates around the UK, adding them to their extending portfolio of live performances.

Taking to stages across Europe and the USA, there's very little left that The Jacques haven't done, especially after breaking into the industry supporting The Libertines, at Hyde park, two years ago.

Recorded at RAK studios in London and produced by Dan Swift, Eleanor Ring Me is a self-release on label, Vegan Cyanide and is already set to trump their previous acclaimed work.

Subdued in places but irritatingly catchy, the track oozes this grunge hook, helped by the mashed up vocalism reminiscent to the rawness of Kurt Cobain and the careless attitude of Peter Doherty - with the added rogue abilities.

Grooving bass and guitar lines tremble as each elongated note attaches itself to the punk-ass throbbing of the beat. This is absolute garbage punk at its finest.





Words Lauren Jones

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