Alt-folk troubadour Jack Peachey is the musical brains behind Gallery 47, a gentle acoustic venture that began life in Loughborough over a decade ago.
Originally envisaged as a six-piece, time has distilled the project down to its core elements: Jack’s sweeping vibrato and his intricate finger-picking guitar style.
Coming from the same gene pool as John Stammers, Findlay Brown and Jose Gonzalez, his storytelling charm is anchored in the here and now, while his muse lingers somewhere near Newport Folk Festival circa 1967.
He released his third album Clean back in November 2016, picking up plaudits from BBC Radio 2 folk guru Bob Harris and BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson for its pastoral beauty and tight songwriting.
Next month he returns with a political manifesto in musical form – Adversity Breeds – and to celebrate its arrival we’ve got an exclusive taster to share with you.
Check out the new video for Analytical and Open, starring Charlotte Parker and directed by WeTheConspirators Fraser West…
Adversity Breeds is out on 22 September via Bad Production Records.