Jack Savoretti Releases Video For ‘Youth & Love’ (ft. Mika) Starring David Bradley

Off the back of a string of UK festivals this summer and following a fantastic set at the BBC Proms in the Park, Jack Savoretti has revealed the hilarious and dance-inducing video for ‘Youth and Love ft. Mika’ starring renowned actor David Bradley.



Jack’s third UK consecutive gold album, ‘Singing To Strangers’, is out now on BMG.

Starring actor David Bradley, the video for ‘Youth and Love ft. Mika’ is a perfect ode to the fun, light-hearted and upbeat nature of the song.

On the video Jack commented,

“I have admired, laughed and cried at this actor’s incredible work for many years. I am so honoured to have the incredible David Bradley bringing so much class to this video, I dare you not to dance when you watch it…”

Jack’s latest album ‘Singing To Strangers’, his first UK Number 1, is Jack’s sixth LP, shifting just over 32,000 sales in the first week, his highest opening sales yet, and his third Gold-certified album.

Jack plays the following UK dates.

October

26th – CANTERBURY, The Marlowe Theatre SOLD OUT
28th – SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, Cliffs Pavilions
30th – SOUTHAMPTON, O2 Guildhall
31st – CHELTENHAM, The Centaur

November

1st – PLYMOUTH, Pavillion
3rd – OXFORD, New Theatre
5th – BATH, The Forum
6th – BRIGHTON, The Dome SOLD OUT
7th – CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange SOLD OUT
9th – CARDIFF, The Great Hall SOLD OUT
10th – ABERYSTWYTH, Arts Centre SOLD OUT
12th – BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall SOLD OUT
14th – PERTH, Perth Concert Hall SOLD OUT
15th – EDINBURGH, Usher Hall SOLD OUT
16th – GLASGOW, Royal Concert Hall SOLD OUT
18th – ABERDEEN, Music Hall
19th – MANCHESTER, Bridgewater Hall SOLD OUT
21st – NEWCASTLE, O2 City Hall
22nd – HULL, Bonus Arena SOLD OUT

Find out more about Jack Savoretti from his official website.

Watch ‘Youth and Love ft. Mika’:

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