Earlier this year, Rachel Jack released her debut EP The Calgary Tapes, five brilliantly written acoustic folk songs, created while completing a Songwriting Scholarship from none other than Paolo Nutini. Testament to just how good her songwriting is, it immediately gained airplay on The Roddy Hart Show on BBC Radio Scotland, Amazing Radio, Rapal on BBC Radio nan Gàidheal, BBC Social as well as scores of features in publications such as Scotland On Sunday, The Press & Journal and Tenement TV.
Her next single For You is released on 20 November and is taken from her second EP Magazine Girls. The song has already been played by Phoebe I-H and Shereen Cutkelvin on the new BBC Introducing in Scotland show.
The 4-track EP, due to be released early 2021 is a collaborative offering, combining Jack’s thoughtful, evocative lyrics, with the production mastery of award-winning producer and former classmate DUNT. Drenched in shimmery, saccharine optimism, and inspired by alternative electro-pop royalty such as CHVRCHES, La Roux, Robyn, and Lorde, it signals a significant departure in style from her folky debut.
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Exploring the world – and her home country – lead Rachel to unique places and people that inspired her creativity and allowed her to develop her sound. Jack frequently collaborates with a number of musicians and producers, and thus her sound changes from project to project. For the 'Magazine Girls' EP influences included Lorde, Robyn, and La Roux. Though the sound may change from record-to-record, heart-felt storytelling remains central to Rachel's songs.