Jack Savoretti Debuts New Video For “What More Can I Do”

After a show-stopping performance of his top 10 single ‘Candlelight’ on the Graham Norton show which saw his forthcoming album, ‘Singing To Strangers’, soar to number 1 on the Amazon and iTunes pre-order charts, Jack Savoretti today releases the video for his enchanting new single, ‘What More Can I Do’.

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/vA9CZA2aWOk

The track perfectly blends the legacy and inspiration behind Jack’s music with contemporary pop-rock production, from the soaring strings through to the rasping tones of Jack’s vocal.

“’What More Can I Do’ is the song I’ve always wanted to write,” says Jack. “In the past I have worn my heart on my sleeve with my lyrics but this is the first time I’ve allowed the melody to do so.”

Produced by Cam Blackwood (George Ezra) and recorded in Rome at Ennio Morricone’s studio this summer, the 12 track ‘Singing To Strangers’ features Jack’s acclaimed live band: guitarists Pedro Vito and Sam Lewis; bassist Sam Davies, drummer Jesper Lind, Davide Rossi (Coldplay, Goldfrapp) on strings and musical director Nikolai Torp on keys.

Jack plays the following UK and Irish dates this summer: 


Thurs 23rd GLASGOW, O2 Academy

Sat 25th BELFAST, The Limelight

Sun 26th DUBLIN, IRELAND, Olympia Theatre

Tues 28th  LLANDUDNO, Venue Cymru

Wed 29th MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo

Friday 31st LONDON, The SSE Arena, Wembley


Sat 15th TETBURY, Westonbrit Arboretum

Sun 30th  EDWINSTOWE, Sherwood Pines


Sun 7th  RUGELEY, Cannock Chase Forest

Fri 12th  TYNEMOUTH, Tynemouth Priory and Castle

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