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The Jumpstarts formed in late 2018, when a group of like-minded individuals came together with a dream of beating back the dreary British winter with sunny Ska music. Based on a mutual love of imported and domestic recordings, the initial sessions fostered a combustive sound that set heads bobbing. With the addition of Luke and Rich, the sound was rounded out and the fire blazed!
Intensive research efforts followed. Arrangements were tried and tested, abandoned and revived; elements from a multitude of genres were transformed and assimilated into the overall sound; the abilities of all involved were stretched and tested as never before; the very limits of Ska were pushed to the point of breaking, galvanising a breakthrough into unknown territories. What became clear was that the music was very, very good.
Now, the Jumpstarts are delivering the hard-won fruits of their labour to the eager masses. Resonating ear drums and heart strings alike, the Jumpstarts are surely not to be missed.
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