‘Grab Life’ by Jerry Williams is a call to embrace each day and seize the finer moments in life before it’s all too late

The last 12 months has seen Indie-pop artist Jerry Williams achieve a growing number of serious musical landmarks including confirming her first performance at next year’s SXSW, being part of The Great Escape’s ‘First Fifty’ as well as making her television debut on 4Music’s Trending Live and ITV’s Weekend shows.

The 21 year-old is only accelerating into 2018, with a string of upcoming live dates including a BBC Introducing showcase at The Courtyard Theatre, Hoxton on 22nd November, and being hand-picked by fashion brand Nasty Gal to play at their Carnaby Street pop-up on 23rd November. She’s recently sold out the iconic Wedgewood Rooms in her hometown of Portsmouth along the way.

With major online support across the serious tastemakers for her ‘Let’s Just Forget It’ EP, including WONDERLAND, CLASH MAGAZINE, tmrw MAGAZINE and MUSIC WEEK, Jerry’s standout track ‘Mother’ raced to over 5M streams on Spotify. Now the instantly lovable south-coast singer/songwriter returns with her latest self-released single ‘Grab Life’.

Co-written with Nick Atkinson (Gabrielle Aplin) and produced by James Earp (Fickle Friends, Bipolar Sunshine) ‘Grab Life’ is another mouth-wateringly upbeat addition to an increasing catalogue of remarkably well-constructed pop tunes. Inspired by the experiences of those around her, ‘Grab Life’ is a call to embrace each day and seize the finer moments in life before it’s all too late.

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Jerry Williams – Upcoming Dates

22nd Nov – BBC Introducing Music ‘First Fifty’ @ The Courtyard Theatre, Hoxton

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