Join co host Emme Lentino has she chats with indie artist Jack Perrett in our Heart of Indie Radio studio! Jack Perrett is an indie singer/songwriter from Newport, South Wales. Jack released his first EP ‘What You Saying?’ under the guidance of Estrons producer Steffan Pringle in 2015 to critical acclaim, receiving airplay and playlist status on BBC Radio Wales. Jack went viral in August 2018 when he released ‘Portlife’ (a parody of Blur’s ‘Parklife’) with a video achieving over 130k views. Jack followed his previous success by releasing a single called ‘Like A Fever’ which attracted the likes of Fred Perry subculture and national promoters ‘This Feeling’ to brand the song as a ‘high class out and out indie banger’. The track has achieved national airplay on BBC Radio 1 (Huw Stephens), BBC 6 Music (Chris Hawkins), and on Radio X (John Kennedy and Gordon Smart) - where it achieved track of the day status. Jack’s latest release ‘Going Nowhere’ has also received support from industry professionals with plays on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio Wales. After touring on the This Feeling ‘Big in 2019’ tour, Jack performed at major UK festivals including Isle of Wight, The Great Escape and Off The Record Festival in 2019. Jack was also selected to be on the Horizons 2019 roster.
S01 - E15 - The History of Oasis with Jack Perrett
The Love to Learn English Podcast
Hey, in today's episode Rich speaks with indie rock and roll star Jack Perrett about one of his main influences --- Oasis. We cover the history of the band and also cover some key music idioms. Oasis were an English rock band formed in Manchester in 1991. Developed from an earlier group, the Rain, the band originally consisted of Liam Gallagher, Paul Arthurs, Paul McGuigan, and Tony McCarroll.Go to lovetolearnenglish.com to get the episode transcripts that contain the best vocabulary, tips, expressions, and real British English that you cannot learn in the textbooks. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lovetolearnenglish)
In today's episode I speak with indie rockstar Jack Perrett about the music industry. At the end, we cover some essential music idioms. Go to lovetolearnenglish.com to get the episode transcripts that contain the best vocabulary, tips, expressions, and real British English that you cannot learn in the textbooks.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lovetolearnenglish)
We talk to Newport-based singer-songwriter Jack Perrett on choosing music over sport after being inspired by Oasis, busking outside Kasabian and Liam Gallagher gigs, playing the famous Cavern Club, the invaluable support from Janice Long and his love for Newport.He also talks about being selected as one of the Horizons/Gorwelion 12 in 2019, working with producer Steffan Pringle, This Feeling and being recognised by Miles Kane at the IOW festival.Jack also chooses Goldie Lookin Chain's debut album, Greatest Hits, as his favourite Welsh album and inducts it in to the Welsh Music Hall of Fame.Featuring new music from Dan Burridge.Follow us on Twitter @welshmusicpod and visit www.welshmusicpodcast.co.uk for more information and to submit a track to showcase.