After receiving support from BBC Radio Wales, Mortimer Jackson returns with new single ‘Revolution’
Mortimer Jackson is a singer-songwriter with a fondness for Indie Rock and Britpop.
Hailing from the UK, this charismatic singer-songwriter grew up in Glastonbury, Somerset. However, he was born in Highgate, London, where he currently resides. Jackson eventually developed his distinctive sound, as he managed to combine gripping melodies with immediate lyrics and edgy song arrangements, in order to create a catchy, yet direct tone.
His upcoming release is a track titled ‘Revolution’.
Revolution has the attitude and swagger of Britpop, with a gritty driving rhythm fuelling the distinctive vocals and catchy melodies, and a lead guitar that provides the atmosphere of being calm in the eye of a perfect storm. The song is about being repressed by the people at the top, but they don't realise they are being outsmarted and that a revolution is brewing.
His work has often been compared to performers like Oasis, DIIV, Stone Roses, New Order, Blur, or Bloc Party, albeit with a more personal vibe.
‘Revolution’ will be self-released on 23rd August 2019.
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