Second single taken from the Jack Cade album Bear Bones - Released on 5 July 2019. A song about denial of the issues and personal daemons that are dragging you down. The video uses footage from a great silent movie made in 1924, The Hands of Orlac. Thanks to http://publicdomainmovie.net/ for their comprehensive listing of public domain movies. I love the visual images and framing of scenes in this movie and the exagerated expressions used to convey a mood or feeling.
Taken from the album 'Lord of the empty Manor' this is a song inspired by Jack Cade's love of Spaghetti Westerns, and so fittingly the video features scenes from Once Upon a Time in the West, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Django, Unforgiven and A Fist Full of Dollars.
He Lies On His Side is the first single taken from the upcoming solo Jack Cade album 'Bear Bones', out on 5 July 2019.A song about memories, lost dreams and life changing decisions we all make. I'm forever thankful for the sacrifices my folks made, to give me a life where I could make my own life choices.
Belly Full A Fire - A call to arms against austerity and the disconnect between the top of society and the everyday people.
Yella Green Grass - The title track from the Jack Cade album 'A Murder of Crows' - The song is inspired by Church Fields in Rochester in Kent and is a tale about the ghosts of memories past that flow back when you revisit a place.
The title track from the first album 'The Fiery Road'
Early live recording of Yella Green Grass
Zombie Lawn - Written and produced by Jack Cade's full band The Everyday Sinners, this song was released as a one off single for Halloween 2016 and is the bands homage to the Zombie film and TV genre.
Dead Man's Shoes - The first track released from the Jack Cade album 'A Murder of Crows' - The song is inspired by the Shane Meadows and Paddy Considine film of the same name and the video was shot in and around Brighton.
Live recording of 'The River' for Oxjam reading Takeover
Preacher Man from the album 'Lord of the empty Manor'
You were the Ammunition is a comment on the divisive politics of fear and hate that is pervading our societies around the globe as austerity squeezes everyday life and we all look for someone to blame. Are we blaming the right people?