Genre blending collective Bare Jams bring their unique fusion of reggae, dub, soul, pop and ska across the UK on a Spring Tour

Genre blending collective Bare Jams bring their unique fusion of reggae, dub, soul, pop and ska across the UK on a Spring Tour

Bare Jams capture the sounds of that one summer you’ll never forget. The members of the six strong collective come together to blend a tight fusion of genres, seamlessly mixing flavours of reggae, dub, soul, pop and ska into a unique, collaborative sound. This sound is delivered with exuberance and relentless energy, creating a stage presence radiating love and good times. An energy allowing them to find new fans wherever they perform; from support tours opening for the likes of a.o. The Wailers, La Pegatina and Will and the People to the dozens of EU & UK festivals they played over the last years.

Never losing this joie de vivre, Bare Jams’ multifaceted lyrics offer insight into a journey of highs and lows, struggles and triumphs; their veiled metaphors provide listeners with the opportunity to find solace in their own interpretations of the words, coupled with a solid backbone of eternal optimism which is delivered by the grooves and horn lines. This eternal optimism is at the heart of recent single ‘Little Bit’: “no longer looking over my shoulder, but life goes on and…”

Pre pandemic, the band pursued an intense live show schedule headlining their own UK and Dutch club shows, as well as supporting The Wailers, La Pegatina, Will and the People and UK Festival favourites Tankus the Henge and Chainska Brassika. On top of this, the band has packed out stages at festivals all over the UK and Europe including Glastonbury, Boomtown Fair, Isle of Wight Festival, and Larmer Tree, and were due to play at Montreux Jazz Festival before it was cancelled due to Covid-19 .​ Their debut Album This ‘n’ That was released in May 2020 and became an instant favourite with fans new and old alike.

Now that live music is up and running again in the UK, the band is back on the road with a renewed fire and more drive than ever before, looking forward to finding new fans wherever they perform.


Tickets can be found here


14 Hootananny, Brixton

23 The Star Inn, Guildford

29 Fiddlers, Bristol

30 The Cornish Bank, Falmouth


13 Strings Bar and Venue, Newport IOW

14 The Joiners, Southampton

21 The Flowing Spring, Playhatch, Reading


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