Recorded between Safehouse (Oxford), Woodworm (Barford St Michael) and Studio 91 (Newbury), we’ve aimed for the catchy and the uplifting, as we reckon you can easily get the depressing and the end-of-the-world stuff elsewhere right now…
If you’re in the Oxford area then you might have chanced across a printed copy of March’s Nightshift magazine. They’ve been generous enough to put us on the cover, with an accompanying interview, and they’ve reviewed the album, too – very positively, I’m happy to note!
In the (statistically highly likely) event that you’re not in Oxford and/or aren’t reading this in March 2022, you can read it all online.
“Flicker shows the band have now fully formed and are at the top of their A game.”Paul Carrera, Nightshift Magazine
We’ve also been busy finalising our UK tour, which kicks off at Wales Goes Pop! in Cardiff on Saturday 16 April, and takes us through to Weirfest in Somerset on Saturday 2 July. We’ll also be visiting Liverpool, London, Sheffield, Hull, Oxford, Beaconfest and Chichester – so there’s somewhere for everyone. (Ok, Ok, we will be looking to play Scotland and Northern Ireland, and beyond, soon!)
Tickets are available to book now via the Jody and the Jerms live page.