Ben Marwood releases lyric video for new track, ‘The Devil Makes Work for Jazz Hands’

Folk-punk musician Ben Marwood has released a lyric video for his latest track, ‘The Devil Makes Work for Jazz Hands’, taken from his upcoming third album, ‘Get Found’, set for release this Friday.

The Reading-based singer-songwriter announced his third album in February this year, following a near four year hiatus from recording owing to health issues. The announcement of the album was accompanied by the release of lead track, ‘Baby, You’re A Mess’, originally recorded by Band of Hope. Marwood announced shortly afterwards that he would be embarking on a nine date UK tour to promote the album. A second track from ‘Get Found’, entitled, ‘Bury Me in the Pantheon’ was released in March.

Ben Marwood will play the following UK dates this April.

06 BRIGHTON Brunswick
07 LONDON Camden Monarch
08 PORTSMOUTH Southsea Sound
10 BRISTOL Crofters Rights
12 YORK Fulford Arms
15 GLASGOW Hug and Pint
16 MANCHESTER Gullivers

‘Get Found’ will be out 7 April via Xtra Mile Recordings.

Take a look at GIGsoup’s exclusive interview with Ben Marwood, where we discussed the new album and upcoming tour.