Manchester has always synonymous with music. So many bands, so much attitude, so much history. Some bands concern themselves with style, neglecting substance. Some bands, like The Jade Assembly, claim to have both.

From the passion of Watson and Danny’s rhythm section, to the raw power of Smed’s guitar work, each song is constructed to accompany northern poet John Foster’s lyrics perfectly. In Foz the band have a frontman who possesses an imposing sense of belief, not devoid of arrogance – but full of commitment.

“Best Guitar band since Kasabian”
Clint Boom, Radio X, Inspiral Carpets

”Flying flags and empowering crowds, with their anthemic rock and roll, The Jade Assembly are he enthusiastic spawn of the Britpop ere”
Emily Schofield, The Mover Music Blog

”The Jade Assembly enter like a hurricane and instantly blow away any audience drawn into their path”
Frank Floyd, Louder Than War

”What sets aside The Jade Assembly from the plethora of indie-rock try hards that litter the music scene of the modern day is that the band are not merely going through the motions of a tired genre but reinventing it, giving it new life and allowing it to rise from its own ashes”
Ian Critchley, Louder Than War

”The Jade Assembly what you do is amazing”
London Unsigned


Live Dates:
Feb 7th – Soundcontrol Manchester / Sound Control to Major Tom: For David Bowie
Feb 10th – Trafford Radio: Interview and Live Performance
Feb 13th – Manchester Academy 3 with Sixty Minute Man, Liam McClair, Dirty Saint & The Brakes
Feb 26th – BeerPrest / Prestwich Beer Festival with headline act Badly Drawn Boy
March 5th – Sebright Arms, London
March 17th – Studio 2, Parr Street, Liverpool
March 25th – Engine Rooms, Skelmersdale