Jasper In The Company Of Others
with: Burnz, Elephant Peel + Joe Knight
Friday 8 September 2017
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
£7 in advance £10 on the door
Jasper in the Company of Others are a five piece folk rock, folk pop act bases in the East and West Midlands
UK. Jumping the nest in 2013, this year sees JITCOO set for great things.
Super human musicians with major ambition; an eclectic force with high energy, euphoric pop/folk tendencies.
Wielding uncompromising amount of emotion both thought provoking and powerful, Jasper in the Company of
Others are one of the biggest up and coming bands throughout the Uk and Europe.
In recent years Jasper in the Company of Others have shared the stage with the likes of Sophie Ellis-Bextor,
Ben Howard, Ed Sheeran, Cast, Katzenjammer and TopLoader. Touring the U.K. and beyond they embark on
one of their biggest journeys yet, armed with a brand new single ‘As The Sun Rises’ released on 21st
BURNZ is a musical project that blends reverb drenched pop with classic soul giving way for an expressive, captivating and uplifting experience, think Bill Withers meets the XX.
Formed by frontman, Joseph, the group perform regularly at Spiritual Bar in Camden where they hold residency and have also graced some of London’s most prestigious nights. Past and present appearances have included Sofar Sounds, This Feeling and Roundhouse Rising, which has earned them the praise of people like Phil Manzanera (Roxy Music). Festival performances have included, Glastonbury 2017, Barn on the Farm 2017, Bestival and Standon Calling 2015 & 2016.
They are currently in the process of writing, producing and recording material for their debut release which have seen the group working with Danny Allin (Band of Skulls) Sean Genockey (Staves, Orla Gartland, Jasmine Rodgers) Andy Treacey (Faithless) and Richard Melkonian (Jim Cesar, Jordan Rakei)
“At only 17 years old, Joseph Knight has already made a big impression. He has released two singles, and an EP – all of which received generous airplay on BBC Introducing East Midlands, and Radio 6 Music. He has performed successful headline shows, supported acts such as Augustana, Cattle & Cane, Leo Stannard and Flight Brigade and performed at festivals such as Y Not Festival, Bearded Theory Festival and Splendour festival, with over 150 appearances across the country. Currently preparing to release his second EP, and being named the 19th most played artist on BBC Introducing East Midlands in 2016, 2017 is set to be a great year.”
“A star in the making” – Dean Jackson, BBC Introducing