Trampolene, the Welsh three-piece alternative rock band currently storming their way around the UK festival and gig circuit, have been announced as special guests with Liam Gallagher on five sold-out arena shows in December 2017. Jack Jones, Wayne Thomas and Rob Steele write and perform with have a unique, raw edge. Think Clash, Kinks, Sex Pistols but only gentler somehow. Jack Jones is also a member of Peter Doherty’s touring band, The Puta Madres, playing lead guitar when he has a spare minute! Trampolene have released six EPs in the last three years and their debut album, Swansea to Hornsea is ready to grace us with its presence. It will be released on 27th October.
The band have also made the track  ‘Artwork Of Youth,’ taken from their debut album,  available now when you preorder the album from:
The full dates, including a benefit for Grenfell Tower in October, a Musicians Against Homelessness gig at The Leadmill, Sheffield in November and shows with the Libertines & Liam Gallagher in December.
homeless guitar
‘Swansea To Hornsey’ was recorded at Ray Davies’ Konk Studios in London’s Muswell Hill (the ‘Hornsey’ of the title) and produced by Trampolene singer/guitarist Jack Jones & engineer Josh Green and mixed by Cenzo Townshend (Jamie T / Everything Everything). The album includes the singles ‘Alcohol Kiss’ (New Mix), ’The Gangway’ (New Extended Mix), ‘You Do Nothing For Me’ (New Mix), ‘Imagine Something Yesterday’ (New Version) and recent single ‘Beautiful Pain.’  Along with live stalwart ‘Storm Heaven’ and spoken word favourites ‘Ketamine,’ ‘Pound Land’ and ‘Artwork of Youth’.  
 “Exceptional poetry, funny and depressing at the same time – how often can you say that?” 
Dr John Cooper Clarke describing Jack Jones‘ spoken word pieces

‘Swansea To Hornsey,’ will be available on limited edition 12” vinyl, CD, Deluxe CD and digital download.
Over the last two years, Trampolene have toured almost continuously , with stand out supports with The Libertines, Buzzcocks, Peter Doherty, Reverend & The Makers, The Enemy, Pretty Vicious, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Carl Barat & The Jackals. This Summer, Trampolene performed at the Isle of Wight Festival (headlining The Jack Rocks Stage/This Feeling Stage), The Great Escape, Tramlines, Y Not,  Hope & Glory and Reading Festival. 
They have the confidence and the talent to go astronomic as their appeal and intrigue bewitches and beguiles audiences everywhere. They are certainly getting the word out there. People are listening. And in the words of the wonderful Jack Jones:
‘I’m still in the best live band in the world though … who the fuck needs a phone to send a message?’
Jack will be playing lead guitar for Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres in November. The dates are as follows:
19th Tunbridge Wells – Forum (Grenfell Tower Benefit – Kick Out The Jams Club Night)
28th Lincoln – 2Q Festival
2nd Cardiff – The Moon (This Feeling Club Night)
3rd Bristol – The Mother’s Ruin  (This Feeling Club Night)
4th Brighton – Hope & Ruin  (This Feeling Club Night)
5th Southampton – Talking Heads 
7th Leeds – Lending Room  (This Feeling Club Night)
8th Liverpool – Magnet  (This Feeling Club Night)
9th Manchester – Jimmy’s  (This Feeling Club Night)
10th Sheffield – Leadmill (Northern Exposure – Musicians Against Homelessness with CABBAGE)
18th London – Tru Era Cafe (JACK ONLY)
22nd Oslo (Norway) – The Sentrum Scene (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES)
23rd Aarhus (Denmark) – Train (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES)
24th Stockholm (Sweden) – Vasateatern (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES)
10th Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER)
12th Birmingham – Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER)
13th Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER)
14th Blackpool – Empress Ballrom (With THE LIBERTINES)
15th  Brighton – Centre (with (with LIAM GALLAGHER)
16th Manchester – MEN Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER)



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