Having recently released his new ‘White Ink EP’, John J. Presley has teamed with renowned rock photographer Steve Gullick to produce the music video for the EP’s roaring lead track, ‘Come Calling’.
Immortalising the eight-hour recording session in which White Ink was crafted, ‘Come Calling’ captures Presley and his band jamming hard, just fresh from Liam Watson’s Toe Rag studios (The White Stripes, The Kills, Tame Impala). Speaking of his time working with the Nirvana-famed photographer Presley added, “To work creatively with someone who has such heritage and taste is a privilege. He’s an inspiring man.”
Aside from being Duke Garwood’s go-to guitarist when on the road, to date John J. Presley has supported The Jim Jones Revue on their ‘Last Hurrah’ tour across Europe, teamed with blues upstarts Kill It Kid on their UK stint earlier this year and graced the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds 2014.
‘White Ink’ was released in digital download format July 24th via Vital Music. A limited edition vinyl format will be available from August 21st. The EP is available on iTunes and Spotify.
‘White Ink’ EP Tracklisting:
1. Come to M
2. Come Calling
3. Sweet Superstition
4. Rise to My Confession
5. Ill At Ease
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