The Jade Assembly Assure Us That ‘Nothing Changes’

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Hailing from Manchester, aka the music hub of the UK, The Jade Assembly were always going to have an upper hand.

Surrounded by not only a great history of music but also a lot of competition it meant The Jade Assembly couldn’t afford to slack with their release, and new single ‘Nothing Changes’ is the proof that they’ve definitely taken this advice on board.

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The indie rockers rely heavily on guitar work during new track Nothing Changes which isn’t a bad thing as it provides a perfect platform for John Foster’s vocals to sizzle over. We’re hooked by the thought provoking lyrics, oozing with emotion and passion from the onset. It’s refreshing to hear a track which flows smooth from the verse to a punchy vamped up chorus giving a new twist to the cliché indie rock title.

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It’s refreshing, rocked up and no doubt going to go down a storm live. Get acquainted with The Jade Assembly sooner rather than later!

Nothing Changes is due for release on February 29th via Ugly Man Records. Find out more about The Jade Assembly on Facebook, Official Website, SoundCloud and Twitter.

See The Jade Assembly live:

Feb 10th – Trafford Radio: Interview and Live Performance
Feb 13th – Manchester Academy 3 with Sixty Minute Man, Liam McClair, Dirty Saint & The Brakes
Feb 26th – BeerPrest / Prestwich Beer Festival with headline act Badly Drawn Boy
March 5th – Sebright Arms, London
March 17th – Studio 2, Parr Street, Liverpool
March 25th – Engine Rooms, Skelmersdale

March 27th – B Fest, Bolton
April 1st – Late Lounge, Rhyl
April 8th – Old Courts, Wigan

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