International engineer predicts ‘great future’ for local band Slow Jack

2017-05-05 12:00

Cape Town - South African poprock band Slow Jack has just released their third single Ode to the Future.

The group that was first seen on stage in January 2016, has been rocking the local music scene, with growing international interest in their music.

Ode to the Future was produced by Slow Jack, recorded by Digital Forrest and mixed and mastered by Grammy winning Los Angeles based John Paterno. Paterno from international acclaimed studio Music Da Foz is known for his attention to detail. He has worked with renowned international artists including Faith Hill, Robbie Williams, Glee Soundtrack, Tim McGraw and Sheryl Crow to name a few.

"I’m really happy to have made the connection with Slow Jack. It was great fun being involved with the mix. There is a great future for this band," says John Paterno.

The members of Slow Jack are Hannes Muller (vocals and guitar), Jayme van Tonder (vocals and violin), Jeandre Schultz (lead guitar), Andre Skywalker (bass) and Adrian Fowler (percussion).

Listen to Ode to the Future here:

Ode to the Future will be available as a free download until 11 May on Slow Jack's website.

In May 2017 Slow Jack will be on tour on their way to STRAB. Keep an eye on the band’s Facebook page or website for details on the following show dates:

5 May: Road to STRAB
Venue: Mercury, Cape Town
Line Up: Slow Jack, Crimson House and Southern Wild.

19 May 2017 - Road To STRAB
Venue: The Goodluck Bar, Johannesburg.
Line Up: Slow Jack, Manouche, The Black Cat Bones, The Shabs, De Wallen and more.

20 May 2017 - Road To STRAB
Venue: Klitsgras, Pretoria.
Line Up: Slow Jack, Manouche, The Black Cat Bones, The Shabs, Jonathan Peyper and more.

25 May 2017 - STRAB Festival
Ponta Malongane, Mozambique.
Line Up: Slow Jack, Southern Wild, Manouche, Ann Jangle, Anton Goosen, Tidal Waves and more

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