Alt-rock and acoustic solo artist, Jack Bennett, based in a tiny village in the northwest of England, is trying to present an alternative outlook on what an artist is!
Bennett writes and records like a full band under the project name, ‘Grumble Bee’, showcasing the 2 halves of touring success, with the edgy post-rock tones & underlining pop choruses of full band, (featured at Y Not Festival & 2000 Trees) to the vastly contrasting acoustic/piano renditions (seen at Slam Dunk Festival & European touring ventures).
Watch the latest music video for ‘Luna Blue’ below.
Debut EP, ‘Disconnect’ was received well by national & online press alike, featuring various times in Rock Sound & Kerrang! magazine, alongside single airplay on BBC Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio for ‘Sky Writer’ and multiple features on Kerrang! TV & Scuzz TV (including playlists, most requested and Top 10 on the Rock Chart).
Click the video below to fully understand Grumble Bee’s style with his single ‘Heron’!
After Various accolades, including a Unsigned Music Award shortlist, building a studio and collaborations with Mercury prize winner, Sampha on an orchestral piece for Game Of Thrones, Jack returns with his follow-up EP, ‘Everything Between’ on vinyl. The second offering bridges a gap between the debut EP and the upcoming debut album, featuring the subtleties and calm of ‘Heron (Piano Verison)’ to the technicalities & chaos of ‘Red’.
Let’s see what Grumble Bee has to say about Vocalzone!
“I find that Vocalzone pastilles help me the most when I have a full-on cold – when I find it the hardest to pitch vocally. Somehow the pastilles really clear up the block! I found this out recently in Madrid and it was a huge relief to literally feel a big weight of nerves lift off my shoulders when I started to sing. I’m also not a big fan of Tea in general either, but I think they’ve nailed it with the blend on this as it allows me to talk for longer, and anyone who knows me, knows I talk A LOT.”