Whilst Manchester is brimming with indie-rock bands, The Jade Assembly’s colossal rock and roll stands out from the crowd with raw charisma and determination. W...ith energetic rock to lift your feet off the floor, the Bolton hailing group perform with fearsome energy and zealous honesty. Recently releasing a single with Ugly Man Records the band have worked with the prestigious label responsible for Elbows early success.
Lead singer John (Foz) Foster passionately performs with enough charisma to give former rock-gods from the Gallaghers to Dave Grohl a run for their money. His honest lyrics bare a strengthening and poetic truth with the magnetic flare of an assured front man. Andy Watson and Danny Hayes keep a formidable rhythm section whilst Gareth (Smed) Smedley strikes raw vigour on lead guitar. Due to their compelling commitment, The Jade Assembly formulate a magnetic sense of purpose.
Acclaimed by former Inspiral Carpet’s member and Radio X DJ Clint Boon as “the best guitar band since Kasabian”, The Jade Assembly foster ample verve with forceful conviction.
With their latest singles the colossal ‘One Last Time’ and romantic yet enflaming ‘Nothing Changes’ receiving radio play on BBC Introducing, The Jade Assembly are set to cause a stir at another round of UK festivals this season. Having already demonstrated a commotion at Kendal Calling to Playground festival in the past, The Jade Assembly are the perfect vivacious soundtrack to summer antics, warm festival beers and sunshine.
With an infamous loyal following dubbed ‘The Jade Army’ the group gather ‘the best fans in the world’ for their hedonistic live shows. And there’s always amiable room for more fans to join the uplifting raucous.
Taking influence from the legendary classics The Stones and The Who to Oasis, The Jade Assembly are the spawn of Britpop. Flying flags and empowering crowds The Jade Assembly’s stadium worthy sets are not to be missed.
“If glasses aren’t raised in a toast to their sound, then fists are.” – Louder Than War
“Anthemic live sets, combining the melody of Elbow and Doves with the swagger of Britpop.” – Hooting & Howling
“Brilliant guitar riffs and a pounding sound that you can’t help but nod your head and jump around to.” – Shout It Loud
“Emotional powerpop that borrows from 90s alternative rock.” – Indie Is Not A Genre
“The four of them are an army.” – Fit 4 Talent