‘Get it by the Feel’ is Jericho’s latest EP project. Following a brief hiatus and having now based himself in Birmingham, Jericho has been working out of a small makeshift studio at his home. During the final months of last year experimentation with home recordings and self production were the main focus. The EP, now fully demoed, will be recorded and released early this summer. The track listing, What do you Really Mean, High, The Moon Against the Black Sky, Easy Feeling, Time to Rise, and Real Love features a unique blend of Jazz, Soul and Psychedlia.
Jericho is currently on tour promoting the EP with shows booked in all of the UK's major cities. The EP will be released in early summer and the tour will continue into the festival circuit. More details on where you can catch Jericho and the band will be released soon.
'Jericho Noguera Exhales Smooth Retro Jazz' - Odd Nugget on 'Future Project'
Starting life as a solo artist, Jericho played small venues up and down the UK from as young as sixteen. Around the same age he also began collaborating on and off with friends and local musicians, some of whom would later turn out to be band mates in the present day. This wouldn't take place until their early twenties, as a separation brought on by their university study would lead each of them to persue their there own musical projects. Jericho collaborated on a duo project 'Talk' in partnership with a friend, who would later become electronic dance artist 'Daze Prism'. While Fabio Thomas (Bassist), and Ben Lyth (Drummer) would join forces in their own band 'Mysteron', experimenting with an array of synth processors mixed with guitar, bass, and live drums. 'Mysteron' continued following their graduation, while Jericho moved to Bristol and continued to produce more intimate and esoteric works. His debut EP 'Black Lake' (2018) was released during this time, 'nostalgic, organic, and charmingly lo-fi' were among it's praises, alongside comparisons to Elliot Smiths 'Roman Candle' era and other cult artists.
Necessity would eventually bring Jericho to Birmingham, the presence of both Ben and Fabio in the city was a major draw, and a growing catalogue of songs designed for a full band was in desperate need of collaborators. Jericho moved in with Fabio and rehearsals as a trio began, work also started on demo's for a new EP, along with material for a debut album. They embarked on a short tour of the UK to test the waters for the new project, and Jericho released their first new track 'Future Project'. This marked the end of Jericho's time as a solo artist and signalled the transition into a new phase. Since then the band has seen the addition of Sam Pugh (Guitar/Keys), they are now rehearsing a new set, and gearing up for the release of two new singles this month (July). Jericho will be in the studio this summer, and on the set for a series of music videos coming later this year.