Introducing… Gallery 47!
“…Jeff Buckley-esque vibrato with sheer youthful exuberance…”
– Drowned in Sound
For fans of… Iron & Wine, Ultimate Painting, Elliott Smith, Conor Oberst, The Shins
Set for release on 11th November 2016 via AWAL (Artists Without A Label) / Bad Production Records, Gallery 47‘s latest album Clean is a collection of heartfelt, melancholic melodies written and performed by songwriter Jack Peachey accompanied by a manifesto of local Nottingham musicians.
Following the release of Jack’s sophomore album, All Will Be Well in 2014, Gallery 47 set off on tour with Paul Weller across Europe and signed a publishing deal with BMG Berlin shortly after. The album revolved around a badly timed break-up during a period where Jack was facing health problems, forcing him to leave his job. Since then the couple reunited and married, hence the title All Will Be Well.
Alternatively you can listen to the track ‘Rising Star’, also featured on the album, via Jack’s Soundcloud page.
Clean is Jack’s third album, which is a departure from his previous release. His latest album mirrors All Will Be Well by expressing his new found peace with songs like ‘Never Alone’ and ‘Dream Real’. Jack’s ability to reflect on personal experiences feels similar to the likes of Bob Dylan’s raw writing style mixed with Iron & Wine’s soft, bittersweet sound.
Amongst Jack’s supporters are BBC Radio 2‘s Bob Harris, BBC 6music’s Tom Robinson, BBC Radio Nottingham’s Dean Jackson, The Guardian, Drowned in Sound and Folk Radio to name a few. Gallery 47 has also supported a number of well established acts like Paul Weller, Alice Phoebe Lou, Ian McCulloch and Andrew Montgomery as well as playing on the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park.
Gallery 47’s album Clean is out on 11th November 2016 via AWAL / Bad Production Records.