Noble Jacks

The Boileroom, Guildford.

Noble Jacks

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With support from The Mantic Muddlers and Man The Lifeboats

Noble Jacks have been touring relentlessly, with sold out shows across the UK on their headline tours, as well as shows at major festivals including Glastonbury, Isle of Wight and Bestival, plus major European festivals. With their second album, Stay Awake, released Spring 2019, the Jacks went straight into the top 10 Official Album Charts and played a sold out Concorde2 (Brighton) launch party. Followed by a full UK tour covering North, South, East and West, and festival season underway, Noble Jacks take the liveliest show around on the road.

2017 saw the release of Noble Jacks’ debut album What the Hammer to much acclaim. A fiddle driven thrill ride, the band set out to capture the raw energy of their notoriously hectic live shows. Achieving radio play internationally, including support from BBC Introducing and Radio Caroline, the riotous album has become a firm fan favourite.

“A dashing alt-pop gem”– CLASH Magazine

“Their music is just the kind of sonic elixir we need in these troubled times”– Acoustic Magazine

“An Explosion of insurmountable energy and brilliantly catchy riffs”– On The Beat

“Just Brilliant”– BBC Introducing


The Mantic Muddlers

Combining a rich influence of sonic stylings and serving up their stories on a foundation of infectious grooves and raucous melodies, The Mantic Muddlers have a soundscape that pays tribute to the rich history of Roots music, whilst pushing forward into new territory. Songs that walk a tightrope between Fiction & Reality are put forth on such instruments as the searing Violin, thunderous Double Bass and Resonator Guitar, and then enriched with a coating of heartfelt vocal harmonies... For lack of a legitimate genre, you'll be hearing Roots, Rattle & Roll!


Man The Lifeboats

“Their music is evocative of the Poguesand Frank Turner, both self-professed influences, and even New Order, in that they can pair ennui-riddled politically-charged lyrics with tunes that demand to be danced to.” Folk and Honey

"Like a stripped down Bellowhead for cynical city dwellers" Alt Revue


"I’m not even sure the Levellers have the ability to put the amount of momentum in their Folk tracks as Man the Lifeboats did with their latest single A Wasted Life. There’s a sublime touch of Celtic Punk to the London based collective’s sound, so for any fans of the Dropkick Murphy’s, Frank Turner and the Poguesyou’re going to absolutely love Man the Lifeboats upbeat anthemic Folk style." AnRFactory

"Man The Lifeboats have created a sound that is pretty unique among the London folk / punk scene" London Celtic Punks EP Review