Jack Knight is a singer-songwriter & indie-rock artist. He’s up-and- coming in the Seattle psych/rock/lofi scene, emerging as one of the city’s most exciting rock acts. His newest album is an autobiographical journey through the music that permeated Jack’s upbringing.
The songs on Some For Jack, Some For Jesus are comprised of his early rock influences, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and his teenage-angst inspirations, Nirvana, The Shimmies, and Neutral Milk Hotel. Jack distills all of his influences into something that is fresh and new. The songs sound familiar and yet still yield surprising moments.
Jack Knight has been touring the western United States since 2012. He moved to Seattle as lead singer and guitarist of The Mondegreens in 2015. The band took their adopted city by storm, playing LoFi, The Sunset, The Nectar, and the Tractor Tavern in their first year living on the Puget Sound. Jack has played bass & guitar for The Railflowers, an americana-folk trio founded by his three harmonizing sisters.
Residing in Seattle, WA, Jack Knight composes music for the local arts community, records at Mysterious Red X Studio, and teaches rock music to elementary school students.