Jack R. Reilly explores the things we do to forget we’re dying in his new single, ‘Newland Street’

Jack R. Reilly is a singer/songwriter from out of Sydney and today he has released a new single which focuses on “the things we do to forget we’re dying,” which sounds depressing, but the actual song isn’t.

Gaining inspiration from the likes of Elliot Smith and Fugazi, Jack has created a platform to express his emotion through the music he curates with his guitar and solid vocal work. Showcasing a sound of pianos and guitars throughout the entirety of the track.

To celebrate the release of ‘Newland Street’, Jack will be heading out on the road from June 22 to June 25 in Melbourne, Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle at Bar 303 (with Max Quinn, Leah Romero, Jo Neugebaauer & Obsecura Hall), The Shop Art Gallery (with Max Quinn, Spencer Scott, Allison Gallagher, Antonia Susan & Dogdirt), Osborne Street House Show (with Max Quinn, Antonia Susan, Spencer Scott, Enter The Jaguar & Jack Thickner) and House Show (with Max Quinn, Rachel Maria Cox, Antonia Susan, Spencer Scott, Bofolk Ballico & Dogdirt) in their respective cities.

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