Naturally, Jack’s passion for music was too strong and slowly it out-stripped his rugby ambitions. Eventually, he came to the decision to follow his heart and hang up his boots to see how far his music could take him.
Jack moved back to his hometown of Bishop’s Stortford in Hertfordshire, to focus on broadening his horizons as an artist and songwriter. He quickly seemed to make a very suitable impression on the scene when in September 2018 he released his first track ‘Learn’, solely off his own back.
The debut single gained editorial support from Spotify on New Music Friday, and the release was followed by a sold-out show at The Troubadour in London. Fan favourite ‘Teabags & Cigarettes’ came shortly after.
Since then, Jack has gone on to release piano ballad ‘Shine’ and indie-bop ‘I Don’t Know Much Better’, as well as selling out shows at both Notting Hill Arts Club and Camden Assembly, and supporting Freya Ridings on her European Tour.