New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
British musician and songwriter Jerry Williams returns today with the video for her latest single, "David At The Bar," which premiered over on Earmilk. Directed by James
Robert Sharp and filmed on location at The Marmion in Portsmouth, UK, the very pub where Jerry first met the titular David, the accompanying video beautifully supplements Jerry's warm, true to life story telling.
With the release of "David At The Bar", Jerry Williams is setting her sights on North America, confirming earlier this month that she will be performing at SXSW Music
Conference in Austin, TX in March.
A ball of energy and a truly distinctive voice, Jerry Williams boasts both a youthful innocence and a curiosity that makes her songs distinctive and memorable. Having toured extensively across Europe
in 2018, which included dates with Canadian indie rock band Calpurnia, Williams has racked up an impressive 13 million streams, thus garnering a healthy legion of fans that include British rock Royalty such as Sir Elton John
(who played her song 'Left and Right' on his Beats 1 radio show Rocket Hour) and Sir Tom Jones
(who invited her to open for him last summer). The 23-year-old has received support from Spotify's New Music
Friday across the globe, plus airplay from the prestigious BBC Radio
1 and Los Angeles' KCRW. She has confirmed she will be releasing a debut album later this year, and will be announcing more North American tour dates very soon.
With influences ranging from everything from Johnny Cash
to Kate Nash, 'David At The Bar'- which premiered via CLASH Magazine - demonstrates Williams' knack for writing intimate and charming tales, full of wit and warmth, just like any great songwriter, her songs draw you into her world and the characters she sings of. "David at the Bar" is one of those rare, genuinely felt songs, with sentiments not pulled from a Hallmark card but rather from the heart. "David at the bar/You made me cry," she sings in her pellucid voice. "You can have a good life too/Just don't do what you do." It's one of the most honest songs I've ever written," Williams reveals. "I just felt this weird, bizarre connection to this man. He said "If you write a song about me I promise I'll give up drink" and I said "You should give up drink anyway, but I will". The next day this song was written, I haven't found him to tell him but I would love to find him. His name is David
and I literally just met him at a bar, and that's what this song is about." She concludes.