[DEBUT] Jerry Williams – David At The Bar
UK-based songstress debuts with her incredible new single “David At The Bar”. Driven by a gently strummed acoustic guitar and candid lyricism that teems with powerfully heartfelt honesty, the song builds gradually to a climactic finale that hits home with an incredible fury of emotion.
Jerry Williams’ soft voice tells a beautiful story of a man she met in a bar (David) with a baby on the way who hopes to get clean. It’s as uplifting as it is cautious, toasting to a good life knowing full well that a good life is never a promise, but a hard-fought journey.
2019 is looking to be a big year for Jerry Williams who has just come back from a European tour with Finn Wolfhard (from “Stranger Things”) and will be playing in Austin for SXSW in March.
“David At The Bar” is a powerful debut from an incredible rising artist and I hope this song manages to reach its subject!
In her words:
“’David At The Bar’ is one of the most honest songs I’ve ever written, each line is so true as to what happened this night when I just got speaking to this man at a bar. It was a Sunday I think, and I was in a pub called The Marmion in Portsmouth where I’m from. I just got talking to him about life and dreams and I went on to say that I’m a singer and I write songs and I’m giving this a good go. And he was like “Wow that’s amazing you’re really really going to live life to the full you’re going to have a great life”. Anyway, he went on to say that he’s an alcoholic, he’s got a baby on the way, he’s really scared about it and he feels like he’s ruined his life. And then we just started crying together, which sounds really strange, but it was a lovely moment and I just felt this weird, bizarre connection to this man. He said “If you write a song about me I promise I’ll give up drink” and I said “You should give up drink anyway, but I will”. The next day this song was written, I haven’t found him to tell him but I would love to find him. His name is David and I literally just met him at a bar, and that’s what this song is about.” – Jerry Williams