Track: Jaws The Shark – Got It Made (feat James Veck-Gilodi from Deaf Havana)

Louise Thomas

Multi-instrumentalist Jaws The Shark (real name Olly Bailey), has shared his brand new single, ‘Got It Made’ featuring Deaf Havana’s lead vocalist James Veck-Gilodi. The track follows his previous single ‘California‘.

Bailey explains how Got It Made came to be:

“I remember writing the main intro riff for it by just subconsciously playing around with an acoustic one day sat on my sofa, something caught my ear and I thought hmm, that reminds me of Smashing Pumpkins. I just went and tried to make it as heavy as I could, which was quite liberating to be honest. Rather than shy away from the comparison I just thought I’d lean it to it and see where it went. I was around at James’s place one night and showed him the track, and asked if he fancied having a go at one of the verses, and the rest is history!”

With a confident swagger, low hanging bass and tub thumbing drums, Bailey has delivered another powerhouse of a rock track. The addition of Veck-Gilodi compliments Bailey’s vocals and gives the track the explosive chorus it deserves. Bring on the live stage as that is where the tracks riff was made for.

Check it out, here

Find out more via Jaws The Shark’s Facebook

Pre order the album here

Read our interview with Jaws The Shark here

Alongside the release of Got It Made, arrives the announcement of Jaws The Shark’s UK/EU headline tour. Kicking things off at Kazimer Stockroom in Liverpool on 13th September, the tour will then span cities including Manchester, Leeds, St. Albans, Paris, Chalon-Sur-Saône, London, where the Devon-born artist will headline The Grace on 25th September, and then Portsmouth before wrapping things up in Southampton, at Heartbreakers on 27th September.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 am on the 12th of April and will be available here.

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