Introducing: Jerry Williams

Meet the unsigned up-and-comer who's making unreal Indie-Pop and taking the music industry by storm.


Prepare for some hyphens: Twenty-one-year-old, Portsmouth-born, Indie-Pop singer-songwriter Jerry Williams … warned you. 

The Sound

William’s sound – particularly the music has been likened to The Smiths and The Cure and she has a clever, quirky writing style akin to Taylor Swift. In modern-day music terms, you could say Jerry Williams sound, in parts, has elements of Mahalia, Izzy Bizu and RAYE with a smidgen Lily Allen thrown in there for good measure. 

She makes endearing Indie-Pop songs with warm melodies, poetic lyricism and all of her tracks have an almost effortless feel to them. 

The Story

Jerry Williams has been writing music since she was 12, she also studied classical guitar from a young age. She’s an unsigned artist who has self-funded and released 3 EP’s. Her latest effort “Let’s Just Forget It” won Best Produced Release 2016 at the Unsigned Music Awards.

Jerry has had support from BBC Introducing, Huw Stephens and Jason Kramer among many others. She was featured as a One To Watch for 2016 by BT TV, The Box, 4 Music/Boxfresh and she certainly isn’t letting anyone down, she’s had a huge year.

Her brand new beautifully British track “Grab Life” featured on Spotify’s New Music playlist on November 10th and was raved about on social media.

Essential Tracks

Aside from the delightful “Grab Life” you also have to check out the streaming sensation (5 million streams on Spotify) “Mother” …

and the gorgeous “Let’s Just Forget It”

Where can I see her live?

Jerry Williams has been incredibly busy of late touring the UK and Ireland. This 2017 tour is culminating in The Courtyard Theatre, London as part of The Great Escape’s First Fifty festival.

Williams then kicks off 2018 with a headline London show at The Lexington. Get tickets to these shows here:

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