Jack Garratt Shares New Song ‘Strong Enough’ In Collaboration With ‘The Cooper Collection’

Jack Garratt Collaborates With ‘The Cooper Collection’

and Shares New Tune “STRONG ENOUGH

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Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter-producer Jack Garratt returns with a new track, Strong Enough, which doubles as a collaboration between Britain’s original denim label Lee Cooper for their new “The Cooper Collection” range.

Listen here:

Jack follows a lineage of musical royalty who have previously collaborated with the brand, including The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, and Gary Numan, and within his role as Musical Creative Director for The Cooper Collection, adds a new direction to this iconic timeline.

Jack went on to say: “The song (Strong Enough) is very much about my appreciation for London. It’s about getting lost in a city that holds so much nostalgia, almost as if the city itself becomes a place to store the memories that you have within it. Looking down a street you haven’t seen for years but knowing exactly what happened when you were last there. ”Built on Jack’s idea ‘that you don’t own the city, you share it’.

The Pop-up Shop

The exclusive “The Cooper Collection” pop-up store in the heart of Shoreditch is the perfect place to discover The Cooper Collection and the history that defines it, with original pieces from the Lee Cooper archive, an immersive introduction to the new collection, and insights from renowned denim experts.

When and Where

Saturday 29 Oct – 11am-6pm
Sunday 30 Oct – 12pm-5pm

Old Nicholls and Clarke Building
3/10 Shoreditch High Street
London
E1 6PG


Links:

http://jackgarratt.com/

https://www.thecoopercollection.lc/

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