After almost eighteen months away, ROB JARVIS returns to release new single ‘Four Walls’; the track the singer songwriter claims “changed his life”. In early 2017 ROB JARVIS AND THE MERCURY SONS released two tracks; the first ‘Just To Make You Happy’ and the second ‘End OF Our Days’, both being an overwhelming success. This saw him headline debut shows in Newcastle and London, that both sold out. Not only that they had overwhelming support from the likes of Kerrang Radio’s Alex Baker, Ollie Winiberg from BBC Introducing in Essex/Radio 1 and CRACK magazine. This lead him onto his next chapter on his incredible musical journey.
JARVIS was picked up by America’s D Vincent Williams, a singer songwriting legend with ACM awards, hit records and basically the lot. This then lead this very single, ‘Four Walls’, to producer Greg Archilla, (Matchbox 20, Neil Young, Buckcherry, Collective Soul, Jonathon Jackson Enation) who then invited him to Nashville.
JARVIS hopped on a plane in search of his dream, and ended up spending eighteen months in Nashville writing with the likes of Daughtry (Brian Craddock), Aerosmith, Hollywood Vampires, The Buck Johnson Band (Buck Johnson), John Corabi band (D A Karkos) Creed and Virgos Merlo (Brett Hestla), Blue Miller (Bob Seger, Isaac Hayes) D. Vincent Himself (credits for rascal flats, Jason Aldean, James Otto and Jonathan Jackson of Enation.
All this was made possible because of the publicity success of the first two singles released in 2017 and write with these rock legends. He’s currently, yet again, in Nashville finishing off his forthcoming album to release stateside.
ROB JARVIS AND THE MERCURY SONS wanted to thank both the press and his UK fanbase immensely as their support gave him this dream opportunity; so, naturally he wanted to release the single that started his new journey to his UK fans.