Booking now: Mr Jukes announces a new London show

Mr Jukes announces a new London show

Jack Steadman will be playing at the Jazz Café in May.

After releasing his debut album ‘God First’ last year, Mr Jukes – that’s Jack Steadman of former Bombay Bicycle Club fame – has announced a show in London.

He’s set to play at the Jazz Café on 7th May, where, as reported by Stereoboard, he’ll be playing with a six piece band for instrumentals and reinterpretations of tracks from ‘God First’. He’ll also be throwing in a few covers to boot! Tickets are on sale now.

Last year we caught up with Jack to talk all about ‘God First’ and moving away from Bombay’s style. “‘Jack Steadman’ is very much the singer of Bombay Bicycle Club, whereas I wanted to get out of my shell a bit”, he said. Catch up with the full interview here.

Revisit the video for ‘Leap of Faith’ below.

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