Jack Allsopp, aka Just Jack, first emerged in 2003 with his critically acclaimed debut album, 'The Outer Marker', released on small independent label Rolled Gold - under the guidance of Cathal Smyth from Madness.
His mainstream breakthrough came in 2007 with the album ‘Overtones’ (Mercury Records), featuring the Ivor Novello nominated hit Starz In Their Eyes. This was followed by 'All Night Cinema' in 2009 which produced the hits The Day I Died and Embers.
With the arrival of his daughter in 2010, Jack took a break from touring and taught songwriting on a degree course in his new home town of Brighton. Over this period he released four well-received EPs and, under a pseudonym, contributed vocals to a series of successful underground house tracks.
Now Jack returns with his fourth album, ‘What We Did Today’, which was independently released through his own Nearly Native Records in 2017. Just Jack will support the new album with tour dates through November 2018. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.