British Songwriter Jerry Williams Debuts Heartfelt “Gameshow” EP
British musician and songwriter Jerry Williams has released her latest EP and track, both titled ‘Gameshow.’
As a self-sufficient and successful recording and touring independent musician, this EP comes on International Women’s Day as a personal celebration of her work to date and serves as an exciting indicator of what’s to come from this up-and-coming artist.“I started my musical journey from complete scratch and have been doing it for 6 years now. I’ve remained in control of my artistic direction, songwriting, production, visions and I feel so grateful that I get to share my music with people.”She continues. “When listeners, especially young girls, tell me I’ve inspired them to pick up a guitar or follow their dreams and that my lyrics connect with them, I feel like I want to burst, it’s the best feeling ever.”
Written from the perspective of the partner and the child, ‘Gameshow’ was written by 23-year-old Jerry after the tragic death of a close family friend who died from cancer. “It was the first person who had passed away who I had known and it really knocked me for six.” She explains. “Just knowing that she was gone, broke my heart. It felt so unfair and cruel.”
The 4-track EP features the bluesy, Elton John-approved “Left And Right. Also featured, “Grab Life,” and Jerry’s most recent single, “David At The Bar,” who’s music video is out now.
To date, Jerry Williams has received support from Spotify’s New Music Friday across the globe, Elton John on his Beats 1 Radio show, plus the prestigious BBC Radio 1 and Los Angeles’ KCRW. She has confirmed she will be releasing a debut album later this year, and will be announcing North American tour dates very soon.