Oscar Jerome Shares ‘Smile On A Screen’

Oscar Jerome Shares ‘Smile On A Screen’
South London artist Oscar Jerome has just shared his brand new single Smile On A Screen, which features the percussion of Moses Boyd (Binker & Moses) and spoken word poetry of South London poet, James Massiah. Stream it below!



Smile On A Screen is taken from Oscar's forthcoming Where Are Your Branches? EP which is due out January 26th and follows November’s release of Subdued

The track further asserts Oscar’s talent as a guitarist - having originally relocated to London to study jazz guitar at the prestigious Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music, studies there were soon dropped in favour of buzz-building performances at Peckham’s Steez and Dalston’s Total Refreshment Centre.

Speaking about Smile On A Screen, which initially proved hard to pin down in the studio, Oscar says;
This tune has grown through being played live, it took a while to find its identity when recorded but with a mash-up of mine, Maxwell Owin and Wu-Lu’s production skills it finally found a life of its own.

After a recent sold out headline show at The Servant Jazz Quarters and a support tour with Songhoy Blues, Oscar will perform a string of dates in New York, taking in one show at the famed Blue Note and another as part of the BBC Winter Jazz sessions on January 10th. Following this Jerome will play at Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards on January 20th at KOKO, London before headlining the capital’s Corsica Studios on January 31st.

Tour dates
January 6 | The Blue Note, New York
January 10 | Winter Jazzfest (BBC Showcase), Poisson Rouge, New York
January 20 | Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards, KOKO, London
January 31 | Corsica Studios, London
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