Now he’s lifted the lid on another new cut from the record, ‘Ice Station Zebra’. Much like ‘Over and Over and Over’, it’s also a cut that was previously left as a studio session.
As reported by Consequence of Sound, Jack said: “A couple years ago I had worked on a few tracks with Jay Z — we were going to do an album together, it just never culminated and we didn’t finish. But this was something I played drums, piano guitar, and bass on as an idea for him to maybe spur him on to inspire him and do something”.
Jack’s also set to play a teeny tiny show at The Garage in London on 28th March, following an intimate date in Brooklyn tomorrow.
Listen to ‘Ice Station Zebra’ below.
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