We have been very busy recording and gigging over a number of months and we are very happy to say that the album is now ready for your ears.
However, the tracks are trapped in a finical hostage situation, and we need your help to raise a few funds in order for the release of their audio freedom.
For those of you out there who are new to Pledge Music, it goes a little something like this:
A. You can make a kind donation of any amount, big or small, with the minimum pledge being for the digital download of the new album. We will then release the album to you once our target has been reached. It is completely secure and no money will be debited from your account until the target has been obliterated!
Wha ha ha!… ehem I mean reached.
B. Or, If you would like to make a donation and receive something a little more exclusive to say a massive thank you for making the music happen, then you can buy some of the following pieces that will be for exclusive Jennifer Left Pledgers ONLY:
Signed CDs, signed Singles, Stylophone played on the album, cover song of your choice, handwritten lyrics sheets, Jen’s red cape from the Black Dog video, hand spun scarfs and your very own Jennifer Left gig!
2013 appears to be kicking off with a little bit of a bang.
Firstly being shortlisted for best solo act at the Brighton Music awards and now making the long list for the Glastonbury Emerging Talent!
I’ve been working away in Clockwork Owl Studio the past few weeks working on new tunes with Tim, and its all sounding rather exciting! It’s soo lovely to be back in the studio and working on new stuff again. I am taking full advantage of those pesky little thoughts that enter your head just before you fall asleep at night. Thank you very much to Helen for my BEAUTIFUL music book to capture it all!
You can vote for me as Best Solo Artist in the Brighton Music Awards here – CLICK
Fingers crossed and I will keep you all posted! xx
Well you have all probably figured out what the news was if you tuned into Lammo’s show last Wednesday. I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the legend that is Steve Lamacq himself.
I was incredibly nervous as I have listened to his show for over ten years, so it was a big deal to finally meet the man himself!
The support so far from BBC Radio 6 and Q has been fantastic, and to round up the week with a support slot opening for Martin Rossiter at the Deaf Institute in Manchester on the 25th Nov and London’s Borderline on the 26th, I’d say things are moving upwards nicely.
However, the hard work is just beginning..and there is no rest for the wicked.
For those of you waiting for the clarinet up date…I have taught myself a basic scale and the first lesson starts this coming sat…I just need to stop trying to play it when I’ve had a few red wines..hic. xxx