Breaking the Rules
Taken from album Before The Storm
Label: Fullfill Records
Impact Date 01st October 2012
This album feels like everything is falling into place
Breaking the Rules is the second single taken from Jack Savoretti's Top 5 Indie Album Breakers Chart release Before The Storm coinciding with his Autumn UK tour starting in October and ending the year performing with Jools Holland at the Royal Albert Hall.
"My new single Breaking The Rules is probably the first song I've written where I'm talking about what I do instead of how I feel. It's about doing things on your own terms... and that's what touring is really about."
Taking to the road with his band The Dirty Romantics, Jack has already toured the UK and Ireland throughout spring along with enjoying a summer of festivals including playing with Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling and boutique festival Wilderness captivating audiences wherever he goes.
"The last tour was far too short... Just when we and the fans were really getting into it we had to come home. There's nothing worse than getting into a tour and coming home... This time around we will be out for longer, playing to more people and in places I've never been before."
Produced by the hugely sought after Martin Terefe and The Suppliers (Mary J Blige, James Morrison and Jason Mraz) this third studio album has already received massive support from The Guardian, Independent, Gay Times and Daily Star along with BBC Radio 2 playlisting Knock Knock and Take Me Home. Further afield Jack's duet with Sienna Miller Hate & Love has also been used in The Vampire Diaries.
While his writing has always surpassed expectation, this new collection of songs sees an artist coming of age. Lyrically it remains a quintessential Jack Savoretti album, yet the recordings are far more diverse than ever before. With the romantic introspective poetry ever present, there is someone new, a darker, more experienced vocalist asking no longer for acceptance but looking for the good times and on his own terms.