Jack Henderson releases a new single, ‘Stars’, via the Fretsore label.
The single takes inspiration from the works of the late, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, and Henderson says of the new track: “We’re often acutely aware of our own failings. We all have the capacity for occasional acts of selfishness, anger or jealousy, but those need not be what define us.
“We are all capable of acts of incredible kindness and self-sacrifice too,” he continues. “Perhaps we begin caring for each other by forgiving and being kind to ourselves first and recognising our shared human condition. We are so much better than we think we are and if we devote our energies to building the world we want to live in and pass on to generations that follow us we become the hope that truly remains.”
Henderson recently released his sophomore long-player, ‘Where’s The Revolution’ being released almost 20 years on from his debut, 2001’s ‘Cheap Tattoo’.
In the intervening two decades, the glasgow-based musician has recorded and performed in New York with Patti Smith’s producer and bass player, Tony Shanahan, and worked with Marc Ribot, (Tom Waits, Elvis Costello), Tony Garnier (Bob Dylan, Paul Simon), Jon Graboff (Ryan Adams, Sheryl Crow), David Mansfield (Bob Dylan, T-Bone Burnett, Bruce Hornsby) and Joan as Policewoman.