Jack J Hutchinson has released an Official video for ‘ War Pigs‘ taken from the new album ‘Who Feeds The Lockdown?‘.

Who Feeds The Lockdown?‘ (review Here) will be released on July 17th.

The album features 10 tracks recorded during lockdown, including songs from Hutchinson’s two solo albums ‘Who Feeds The Wolf?‘ and ‘Paint No Fiction‘, plus RHR’s ‘Mahogany Drift‘.

Hutchinson comments: “This is essentially the setlist that audiences would have seen us play live over the summer festival season. Unfortunately touring has been suspended for the foreseeable future, but it doesn’t mean the music has to stop.

“We’ve put together a high octane set of our most adrenaline fueled material. It is meant to be played loud and proud…let’s just say it might be time to inform your neighbours that 17 July is gonna get a bit heavier!

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Review: Jack J. Hutchinson Band – Who Feeds The Lockdown

Self Release (July 17th 2020)

Reviewer: Dan Mann

With this current Covid-19 situation, it is a testing time for everyone, especially bands and artists for whom live performance is their bread & butter as well as their life blood!

So what to do during this lock down? Sit back and binge watch Netflix, or keep releasing new music, Facebook live performances etc.

Jack Hutchinson and his band have taken the latter option, with Facebook live performances,both solo and as part of the NWOCR (New Wave Of Classic Rock) webcasts, the band being at the forefront of said NWOCR.

The guys have been on a serious roll the last couple of years, with their last album, ‘Who Feeds The Wolf‘ (2019) hitting the No:1 spot on Amazon’s Blues chart.

This new release ‘Who Feeds The Lockdown‘ is not some bedroom studio release, okay it’s not a traditional week in the recording studio affair, but this is a properly orchestrated album, mixed and mastered by Brazilian producer Lucas Sagaz, and it shows, or rather sounds so.

What you get is plenty of bang for your buck as it were, with ten solid tracks. Those of you like myself familiar with Jack’s musical output won’t be surprised, but will gladly grab onto this feast of guitar, complete with the engine room powerhouse of Lazarus Michaelides (bass) & Felipe Amorim (drums).

Of course I cannot help but mention track ten of the album, which is a rather splendid cover of ‘War Pigs‘. It doesn’t stand out in the wrong way as an add on to standard JHB material, it just works and I’ll put money on that you’ll be cranking up that volume knob!

Who Feeds The Lockdown‘ will be available purchase on vinyl, CD and digital formats exclusively via the band’s new Patreon page, so form an orderly (or disorderly depending on how your spending lockdown) queue and grab yourselves a copy.

Jack J Hutchinson Band are pleased to announce their new official live album ‘Who Feeds The Lockdown?‘ will be released on 17 July 2020.

The album will be available on vinyl, CD and digital formats exclusively via the band’s new Patreon page.

The album features 10 tracks, including songs from Hutchinson’s two solo albums ‘Who Feeds The Wolf?‘ and ‘Paint No Fiction‘, plus RHR‘s ‘Mahogany Drift‘. The set is completed by a cover of Black Sabbath‘s ‘War Pigs‘.

Who Feeds The Lockdown?‘ has been mixed and mastered in Brazil, where the band recently toured, by producer Lucas Sagaz.

Hutchinson comments: “This is essentially the setlist that audiences would have seen us play live over the summer festival season. Unfortunately touring has been suspended for the foreseeable future, but it doesn’t mean the music has to stop.

“We’ve put together a high octane set of our most adrenaline fueled material. It is meant to be played loud and proud…let’s just say it might be time to inform your neighbours that 17 July is gonna get a bit heavier!

Explaining the reasons for putting the release out on vinyl, Hutchinson says: “It sounds the best. But also, during lockdown everything has shifted online. It’s time to put something back in people’s hands.

The band have been steadily rising over the last 18 months, playing from Brazil to Russia, Spain, France and all across the UK, selling out shows along the way. They’ve blown the roof off of festival stages at Ramblin’ Man Fair and Planet Rockstock and have also supported the likes of Monster Truck, Kris Barras Band, Big Boy Bloater and the LiMiTs, The Nimmo Brothers and more.

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