You just can't pigeon hole an artist like Jack Robert Hardman.

Jack writes and records his own unique brand of alternative pop from his ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ style home studio in SW London. Flowing effortlessly between the intimate, the experimental, and the eccentric, his music is always catchy and always daring.

Described as ’Something Syd Barrett might do in a dark room’ by a BBC panellist, his music has picked up rave reviews and radio support from music scene luminaries like Huw Stephens (BBC RADIO 1), Dermot O'Leary (BBC RADIO 2), Tom Robinson (BBC 6MUSIC), Simon Raymonde (AMAZING RADIO), and John Kennedy (RADIO X).

His debut EP 'The Great Unknown' won him fans and plaudits alike, receiving coverage in legendary magazine CLASH, and gaining an unprecedented 9/10 review from Americana UK. This success lead to him earning a spot on BBC 6music's end of year 'BEST OF 2014' show. His writing has matured, his themes are full of life, but his sound is as daring as ever.

Jack is quickly building a strong live following, having supported Dry The River / Teleman / Aldous Harding / Jeremy Loops / Ben Caplan in 2015. He also made festival debuts at GLASTONBURY and the GREAT ESCAPE, and had a four month residency at the legendary Troubadour. His reputation for creating dynamic and exciting shows is well deserved, moving from 'pin-drop' acoustic to quirky electric in a heartbeat. 

With his creative ambition at an all time high, the multi-instrumentalist has spent months creating a body of work. The album, Jack's debut full length release, is due for release in 2016.



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