Jack Blackman established himself in the UK roots scene while still a teenager and in subsequent years, his guitar-skills and song craft have been praised and supported by the likes of ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris, Sadler Vaden (of Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit), and Martin Simpson.

Jack’s albums ‘Too South For Heaven’ and ‘Nearly Man’ have been met with widespread acclaim. Jack also runs “Street Arts Project” with Nigel Clark (singer/songwriter with Dodgy), supporting the homeless and vulnerable through live and recording music projects.

Singer songwriter and musician Jack Blackman is set to ignite conversations across the United Kingdom with the release of his powerful protest song, “Citizen of Nowhere.” This electrifying rock anthem takes a deep dive into the socio-political landscape of the UK, offering a compelling commentary on the state of the nation.

“Citizen of Nowhere” is a fiery and thought-provoking track that channels the spirit of classic rock with a modern twist. Blackman’s dynamic guitar work and signature vocals serve as a rallying cry for listeners to reflect on the pressing issues that define the current climate in the UK.

The song delves into themes such as inequality, corruption and greed, resonating with individuals who share similar concerns about the direction in which the country is headed. “Citizen of Nowhere” serves as a bold expression of frustration and a call for change, encapsulating the sentiment of many who feel disconnected or disillusioned with the status quo.

Blackman expresses his passion for the project, stating, “I wrote ‘Citizen of Nowhere’ as a way to voice my own frustrations and connect with others who are concerned about the state of our nation. Music has always been a powerful tool for sparking dialogue and social change, and I hope this song can contribute to that in some way.”

In addition to the single release, Jack Blackman is preparing to release a compelling music video that amplifies the song’s message and adds a visual dimension to the protest. The video was shot and edited by acclaimed videographer Steve Graham (Paul McCartney, Manic Street Preachers, Killing Joke, INXS).

SOURCE: Official Bio