Conman entices listeners with a blend of intricate vocals, goose-bump ridden choruses and a perfect mix of melancholy and energy, dictating the atmosphere in every song. His influences are drawn from the likes of King Krule, Matt Corby, Jamie Isaac and Keaton Henson. In 2016 he completed a 25 gig UK tour with Coffeehouse Sessions and saw his Debut EP on Warren Records, Euphoria springs hit #5
Already a talented drummer before turning his hand to the guitar, the percussive influence of his first instrument has created a unique playing style where every part of his acoustic is used to tap out beats and rhythms alongside picking melodies on the strings. Combined with his yearning vocals and gift for melody, Jack’s live performances have been silencing awed rooms and festival crowds since first coming onto the scene.
After meeting producer, Kev La Kat a couple of years ago, the pair hit it off and started to record together obsessively, after recording countless tracks they launched a new indie label, Axolotl Records.
The first release is Jack's 'Heddison Ep' made up of 8 singles 'Greatly Hasty', 'Uproar' and 'Never Tell' have all been released digitally. The singles have had support from Mahogany, Kick Kick Snare, Wonderland, discover weekly and with their
Jack recently ventured to Berlin to record an acoustic version of 'Greatly Hasty' for Colors, the video has reached 170k views and has sparked interest world wide. Approaching a mere 20 years old, Jack shows maturity and skills that some songwriters never achieve.
After playing at Radio 1's Big weekend last year, Jack has secured plays with Radio 1 and 6 Music and is definitely one to watch, Jack’s music will continue to break through to new fans wherever it is heard.
On the 28th March, Jack will release the Heddison ep digitally, which will be available on cd and hopefully vinyl too with the help of Diggers Factory.
We have no plans of slowing down with a 7 inch single and digital single set to come out on two different labels later this year too and you can also catch Jack live in the