“Adroitly executed by a young woman who ‘would happily write songs all day, everyday, forever’. No complaints here if they’re all of this standard”
– The Guardian
Jerry Williams’ new single, ‘Let’s Just Forget It’, follows the release of her debut EP of the same name, which was released last week. The EP has been nominated for Best Record in this year’s Unsigned Music Awards.
Jerry’s previously released single, ‘Mother’, has clocked up over two million streams on Spotify, and also features on the new EP, along with two further tracks and a unique cover of The Cure’s, ‘Boys Don’t Cry’.
Jerry has gained support from the likes of Wonderland, Clash, Maximum Pop and The Guardian, as well as here on Essentially Pop.
The quirky pop artist has toured with the likes of Take That, LANY, Barns Courtney, MAGIC, Vanessa Carlton and Nathan Sykes.
“…a carefully-crafted, expertly-produced expression of emotion – something that Jerry Williams has perfected the art of” – Wonderland
She is quickly becoming one of the UK’s most exciting new pop artists. Going forward sees more singles, her debut album in the works and many touring plans.
“The Portsmouth teen is dedicated to perfection and she’s close to the mark. This isn’t just another instance of overblown bubble-gum pop, Jerry Williams is the music-fan’s pop star.”
Catch the link to the video for her new single below: