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The Jacques – Eleanor Ring Me

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From Bristol UK, this is The Jacques (https://www.facebook.com/TheJacquesBand/?fref=ts) and new single Eleanor Ring Me. It’s a modern take on punk rock from an upcoming British band that are taking the live and festival scene by storm.

The Jacques – Eleanor Ring Me
https://soundcloud.com/the-jacques/eleanorringme
Release Date – Friday 20th May 2016


Band Quote:
"This tune is a kick at the people and things that we are distancing ourselves from now. I don't think that lyrically it needs making sense of, but those who wish to interpret it will do that anyway of course. As I said though, just a kick."

EU/UK Tour Dates:
Fri 13th May – l’Alimentation Generale, Paris France
Sat 14th May – Les Nuit Botanique, Brussels Belgium
Fri 27th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Manchester UK
Sat 28th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol UK
Sun 29th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Nottingham UK
Fri 29th July – Kendal Calling Festival, UK
Sun 31st July- Damaris Festival, Amsterdam Holland
Sat 13th Aug – Down to The Woods Festival, Durham UK

The Jacques are becoming one of the best live bands on the circuit, as you’ll see by their live dates together above, the demand to book them is huge.. Dates confirmed now for Kendal Calling supporting Noel Gallagher, Rudimental and The Charlatans on the main stage (http://www.kendalcalling.co.uk/attractions/the-main-stage), whilst also just announcing supporting Primal Scream in August at Down To The Woods Festival.

In the build up to their first album we’ve got this new single that carries on the angst of the bands previous EP releases
Two minutes thirty-seven seconds of gritty pink rock guitar licks, with a distorted bass trudging away in support. This has become The Jacques trademark, no nonsense sound and was recorded at the legendary RAK Studios, London and produced by Dan Swift (Ash, Snow Patrol, Aqualung).


“Sounds like a pre pubescent Pete Docherty fronting Echobelly... (Scum In A Bottle) takes its guitar cues from Elastica” - NME
“Think Ray Davies at his most acerbic, think Paul Weller at his most romantic, think) four kids barely old enough to drink slating all around them. Three minutes of adolescent rage and tuneful hooks.)Their snotty, punk inspired take on the Great British Song writing linage has a brattish, infectious quality.” - Clash Magazine
Two minutes and thirty seven seconds is probably the perfect length for a pop song. Eleanor Ring Me could well be that song. Revolving around a riff that will stick in your brain, a voice that rasps out the words and a beat that walks along the sidewalk this is the sound of a band about to embark on their next musical journey.

With two critically acclaimed EP's and mini album releases in Japan and Germany, this new song is the band's first of 2016 and was recorded at the legendary RAK Studios, London and produced by Dan Swift. It is released on the band's own label, Vegan Cyanide via The Orchard.

Since making their London debut at Hyde Park in May 2014 with The Libertines, The Jacques have been quietly establishing themselves as one of the UK's best kept secrets - playing over 75 shows in the UK, Netherlands, Germany and USA.

Their forthcoming live schedule includes festival appearances at Dot To Dot, Live At Leeds, Kendal Calling, Down To The Woods, Grillstock Bristol and venturing further afield playing Amsterdam Damaris and Zomerparkfest in The Netherlands, Antwerp Les Nuits Botanique, Treviso Home Festival Italy and their debut show in Paris, France.

Recording has already begun on the band's eagerly anticipated debut album, scheduled for release sometime next year. In the meantime shake your hips gently to the next two minutes and thirty seven seconds of pop history...... Eleanor Ring Me.

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