JOE JURY performs the song "THE STREETS OF CAMPDEN" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY WILL SEBASTIAN
MICROPHONES BY RODE
Joe Jury's story starts back in 2005, after school hours in Gloucestershire when him and some friends start their first schoolboy rock band Kamikaze Union. At that point, their only aim is to make as much noise as possible, but as Joe learns the tricks of songwriting he quickly focuses on making music his career path. Inspired by various genres and artists such as Neil Young, Van Morrison and Bob Dylan, Joe Jury came to finding his own way of writing melodies and arrangements.
His brilliant relationship with friend and producer Lostboy is at the origin of his debut EP 'The Streets Of Campden' - due February 10th. A four track long record that plunges us into the early formative years of his life by counting youthful stories in a nostalgic way with heavy folk and 80’s pop influences. The EP is a collection of catchy songs he wishes will connect with people and bring them together. Acoustic guitar arpeggios, synths, and electronic sounds clash together throughout the EP to create an interesting and different, yet easy pop sound.
- Played at Kendal Calling Festival 2016
- Rock the House 2016 Award for best solo act
- Supported Laura Doggett
CREDITS / SPONSORS
Filmed at The Copeland Park & Bussey Building
Produced by Will Sebastian
Sound engineer - Martin Lumsden
Camera OP - Paul Black
Photographer - Michael Houghton
Production Assistant - Lydia Reed
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