Oscar Jerome shares video for ‘Smile On A Screen’ and announces UK tour

South London’s Oscar Jerome has today announced details of his debut headline UK tour. Commencing on September 20 at Brighton’s Hope & Ruin, the seven-date run will include a headline a stop at London’s 700-capacity Village Underground on September 25, 2018.

Alongside the announcement, Jerome is sharing the new Eda Feola-directed video for recent 6 Music and 1 Xtra-supported single, ‘Smile On A Screen’ – watch below. You can read Oscar in conversation with Notion at this link here, where he discusses his affinity for jazz and news of his largest headline show to date.

September’s debut headline tour follows the release of Oscar’s acclaimed ‘Where Are Your Branches?’ EP and recent sell-out shows at Corsica Studios and Ghost Notes in London, plus a slot at Love Supreme Festival alongside Mr Jukes and Soccer96. 2018 has also seenJerome collaborate – alongside James Messiah – with the likes of Maxwell Owin and Joe Armon-Jones. Oscar will return later this year with more new music.

UK dates
September 20 | Hope & Ruin, Brighton
September 21 | Hug & Pint, Glasgow
September 22 | Headrow House, Leeds
September 25 | Village Underground, London
September 27 | Bodega, Nottingham
September 28 | Soup Kitchen, Manchester
September 29 | The Louisiana, Bristol

Press cuttings
“Oscar Jerome is amazing. There is absolutely no denying it” – Wonderland
“One of the UK’s brightest songwriting hopes” – The Line Of Best Fit
“A thoughtful track, jazzy and soulful” – Pigeons & Planes
“Rising London artist continues to impress” – Clash
“This exponent of London’s thriving jazz scene is living for the moment on his new single” – Dummy


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