With an album launch gig at Brighton’s celebrated Concorde 2 already careering towards a sell-out, Noble Jacks are every bit the antidote to Brexit gloom the nation has been gasping for. Already hailed as local heroes in Sussex, thanks in no small part to their famously incendiary live shows, the band have laid out the path to their second album release on 29th March. Leading with the single Rely on Love, Noble Jacks have assembled ten tracks of resolutely upbeat, anthemic tracks which incorporate all that’s magnificent about British rock, with a side salad of riffing lead fiddle for good measure.
Having played at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival and Cambrid
Whilst Noble Jacks are first and foremost a rock band, the roots in the traditions of their locality spread throughout their work, from the fiddle used like a lead guitar on four tracks to those which pay tribute to local blacksmiths and farriers. The “folk” Noble Jacks bring to their music is not so much a musical style as the gathering together of people – it is universal music at a time of division and mistrust.