I featured the latest music video from Jack in New Music Monday last week, and I certainly didn’t expect to feature him again so soon, but despite being on his Singing to Strangers tour, he is still releasing new material for his fans to enjoy! This is why I have chosen to share my reviews of two new additions to his work: two live performance videos of Jack singing Love is on the Line and Singing to Strangers at Annabel’s and his most recent release, which is his rendition of the song Human, originally by The Killers.
Ever since I discovered the amazing, romantic and meaningful music of Jack Savoretti back in March this year, I have become literally obsessed with his work. I quite frankly thought music like this didn’t exist anymore in today’s modern times where people work tirelessly to hide their feelings, rather than project them, and I believe this is one of the reasons why I have taken to Jack so much. As I will be seeing him perform live at the SSE Arena in Wembley at the end of this month, I think it is fair for me to say that he truly is the artist in the spotlight here at Jem Girl at the Piano for the month of May!
On to the songs, the first two are performances of Jack at a music venue called Annabel’s where he performed songs from his latest number one album Singing to Strangers. So far, we have been treated to a performance of Love is on the Line and more recently Singing to Strangers. Both of these performances are a real treat to watch and give you a good indication as to just how much devotion this talented man puts into his live performances. Watch them both below:
Love is on the Line by Jack Savoretti at Annabel’s
Singing to Strangers by Jack Savoretti at Annabel’s
The next release is the official audio of a rendition by Jack, for the song Human by The Killers. Since becoming a proud Savoretti fan, I have noticed that Jack has a deep connection with this particular song and even performed it live at the BBC2 Piano room (and the Sara Cox show) and so it is wonderful to see his official version of the song has now been released. While, I have not heard the song prior to this, I do appreciate its lyrics and its simplicity, yet it is so meaningful at the same time. Also, any song where there are only two instruments (Jack’s voice and his acoustic guitar/piano), are always pleasing to the ears! Enjoy Jack’s soothing version of Human below which is alsk available across all streaming platforms too.
Human rendition by Jack Savoretti ⭐⭐⭐/5