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Jack R. Reilly -  ‘I Don’t Like To See Us Like This’ Launch

When:

Fri 18 Oct 2019, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Hideaway Bar, 156 Enmore Rd, Enmore, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Keeping up a momentum in 2019, Jack R. Reilly has delivered a stunning second single for the year - 'I Don't Like To See Us Like This'. Melancholy and meditative, you can see Jack perform in Melbourne and Sydney this October.

'I Don't Like To See Us Like This' is a beautifully pensive track, raw honesty delivered with a warm and rather therapeutic melody. Lyrically, it embraces and gives voice to that moment in a relationship where both parties know that it is time to walk away. "It's about becoming aware of when to call something quits," says Jack about the track; "I wanted to contrast the feeling of deep sadness at something ending with the joy, the freedom and the curiosity of the new and what’s coming."
The track premiered exclusively on Pilerats on Friday.

This new single follows the release of 'Who Can Say?' in August this year, which received high praise from community radio stations and the triple j Unearthed community. 'Who Can Say' has been described as having "drive, purpose, darkness and grit to it" by triple j's Declan Byrne, and thus 'I Don't Like To See Us Like This' is the natural next step in a process of acceptance, healing and starting anew.

Jack and his band have just finished an east coast tour with their friends Amends, but never fear – you have another chance to catch them live in Sydney and Melbourne this October.

Joining Jack will be
Chemical Restraint
Howlite
Birthday Girl