Gallery 47 supports Paul Weller on tour.
1st single from upcoming album "All Will Be Well" available for purchase on iTunes.
Gallery 47's second album "All Will Be Well" will be released via INFL on the 15th of September.
Gallery 47 is singer-songwriter Jack Peachey from Nottingham. A wearied, fragile and conspicuously strong tenor vocal coupled with the finger style guitar playing of Paul Simon on speed. His lyrics evolved of beat culture, failed romance and smoke-induced neuroticism.
A one-man symphony on record, live and unplugged his voice has echoes of Don McLean and Tim Buckley, his songs circling between the lovely and the lonesome - this is music to blow smoke rings and ponder the world to.
2nd album "All Will Be Well" is set to be released in the UK on the 25th of August..
"The abstract lyrical verses of a beat poet. Catch him while you can!"
BBC Introducing, T in The Park Festival
"Amazing to watch. The crowd just swarmed to him."
Ally McCrae, BBC Radio 1
"You can't have a better recommendation than this!"
Tom Robinson, BBC 6music
"A supreme wordsmith!"
Dean Jackson, BBC Radio Nottingham
Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio
"This is music to blow smoke rings to"
The Old Vinyl Factory Sessions, Q Magazine
This is the first single from my new album, "All Will Be Well". It was directed by my friend Paul, who I have a great respect for. You can see our session right here
An introduction to Gallery 47. Interview and in studio performance curtesy of Poddingham Paul (Nottingham)