A suitably upbeat tune for the onset of the weekend, the latest song from Jerry Williams is Grab Life, a rallying call to make sure life doesn’t pass you by. The 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Portsmouth has an incredible knack for delivering catchy, wonderfully constructed songs, and clearly works with exactly the right people for helping her bring these ideas to the final finished stage – in this instance, the song has been co-written with Nick Atkinson (Gabrielle Aplin) and produced by James Earp (Fickle Friends, Bipolar Sunshine).
2018 is bound to be huge for an artist that Sync has been tracking pretty much since the beginning, with appearances at next year’s SXSW and The Great Escape already in the diary.
Jerry Williams – Grab Life
Having just performed a headline London show last week, Portsmouth-based singer Jerry Williams continues to make waves with her latest track I’m Not In Love With You. Taken from her EP Let’s Just Forget It, Williams has become something of a Sync favourite thanks to her unique style, well-crafted hooks, and carefully constructed lyrics.
Jerry Williams – I’m Not In Love With You
South Coast songstress Jerry Williams has been one that we’ve been following for a while. With a flair for catchy, emotive songs, Williams brings plenty of honest feeling and a sense of genuine fun to her music. She backs all this up with live performances that more than match her recorded material.
Jerry was kind enough to chat with us earlier this year – find out more about her here, and read our gig review from her Autumn 2016 UK tour. She’s also number 7 on the list of our favourite songs from the past 12 months with the brilliant Mother.
Jerry Williams – Mother
We’re rattled on lots about Jerry Williams, 20-year-old singer-songwriter from Portsmouth, so it was great to finally see her live when her four-leg tour rocked up in Bristol last night.
Sooooo relieved to report that are no studio-based magic tricks going on here – her voice really is as good as it sounds on record. She gave a flawless performance throughout what was a wholly enjoyable gig.