New Release & Video: JP Cooper – Little Bit Of Love

JP Cooper follows up the release of ‘Little Bit Of Love’ by releasing the official video.

The video represents the core message behind the song and incorporates footage that was submitted by fans. The aim was for the video to be as collaborative, uplifting and inspiring as it possibly could be, during these unprecedented times. Fans will be delighted to see that their efforts made the final cut and this strange time during lockdown can now be fondly remembered by many. Directed by Calum McDiarmid, the video captures fans moving and dancing along to the track stitched alongside JP himself.

On releasing the video, JP says “I’m so happy to share the official video that so many of you helped me put together! Thanks to everyone who submitted footage, I was so overwhelmed by the responses and I’m chuffed that we’ve created something so uplifting and beautiful even in lockdown.”

Speaking about the single, JP says; “The song kind of says it all really… Sometimes everybody needs a little bit of love. This song has been bouncing for way over a year now and although it was definitely going to be released, I originally planned to release it later in the year…. however, with everything going on in the world at the minute, we thought it was time to put it out. So, from me to the world here’s a ‘Little Bit Of Love’”.

The personal reflections in Cooper’s debut album Raised Under Grey Skies introduced him as a deeply affecting, soulful songwriter, and now these new singles find Cooper expanding his sound, imbuing his distinctive vocals and infectious hooks with modern energy.

Big things are set for JP Cooper in 2020, with the announcement of an extensive UK and European tour, including a show at London’s Brixton Academy. The full list of tour dates are…

Tuesday 27th October – Vilnius Loftas
Thursday 29th October – Helsinki Korjaamo
Saturday 31st October – Stockholm Vasateatern
Monday 2nd November – Oslo Rockefeller
Wednesday 4th November – Copenhagen Amager Bio
Thursday 5th November – Hamburg Gruenspan
Saturday 7th November – Munich Technikum
Monday 9th November – Vienna Grelle Forelle
Wednesday 11th November – Milan Santeria
Thursday 12th November – Zurich Mascotte
Sunday 15th November – Barcelona Razzmatazz 2
Monday 16th November – Madrid Sala Mon
Tuesday 17th November – Lisbon Aula Magna
Thursday 19th November – Paris Alhambra
Friday 20th November – Utrecht Tivolivrendenburg Ronda
Sunday 22nd November – Glasgow SWG3
Monday 23rd November – Nottingham Rock City
Tuesday 24th November – Manchester Albert Hall
Thursday 26th November – Birmingham Institute 1
Sunday 29th November – Bristol SWX
Monday 30th November – London O2 Academy Brixton

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