It’s been a while since I’ve been able to go out and enjoy a solid night of live music, I took the opportunity to go and see an up and coming band named Jump Stone last weekend to rectify this.
Fronted on guitar and vocals by musician and producer Harry Cash, this trio of indie funk stars really had the Fiddler’s by the balls throughout their entire set, keeping everyone infatuated with catchy riffs, the tightest stops I’d ever seen and enthralling, energetic lyrics.
What’s more, despite Harry being on crutches due to a leg operation and having to sit down for the majority of his performance, he still had the exact same stage presence he has whilst standing and throwing himself around the stage and he gave the best vocal performance I’ve seen from him. Bassist Harrison and drummer Dan were completely in sync from the get go, you can tell that those two were meant to perform together, they were practically reading each others minds, it was incredible to watch!
One thing I love about these guys is that despite being a trio, they still manage to fill every venue they play wall to wall with noise and musical genius, showing that its not about how big you are, but how you use the people you’ve got to make yourself sound big, and boy did they sound BIG! Especially on their final number “Won’t Last A Minute” which had everyone dancing and singing the words back to them, you could see the delight on the boys’ faces as this happened, it certainly shows that they are going in the right direction!
A few weeks ago, Harry, Harrison and Dan spent a few days with the guys of Soundhub recording some more material for their fans, I have had a 30 second preview of some of the songs and it really blew me away, these guys have finally found their place on the musical spectrum and have a solid plan to take the industry by storm, keep an eye out for Jump Stone, with the things they are achieving at the moment and with a polished live show down to the last note and songs that stick in your brain like superglue , you won’t want to miss their rise to excellence!
Jump Stone on the web