WorldService Project are the leading specialists of Brit 'punk-jazz', and are one of the most exported live acts in their field. Their energetic live shows have taken them to festivals across the world, touring in 18 countries and releasing three highly acclaimed studio albums.
This Spring 2018, WorldService Project launch their highly anticipated fourth album; Serve on Rare Noise Records. Fresh off the back of mammoth tours across America, Europe, Japan, India and China, the epic and anthemic live sound of WorldService Project is both thrilling and heart-wrenching, with a theatrical live performance thrown in for good measure.
'Like Downton Abbey run by anarchists ... a mesmerising combination of brutality and dark humour. Their live sound, blending bleeding chunks of free brass noise with the ironic sentimentality of tracks like 'Requiem for a Worm', has only got better. The razor-sharp rhythmic edges are polished, the ensemble is painfully slick, and you can smell the rubber burning from their stylistic handbrake turns'
Matthew Wright, Jazzwise
'stompingly raw and punky .. a riotously entertaining live band .. highly creative'
John Fordham, The Guardian
Dave Morecroft - Keyboards/Vocals
Ben Powling - Saxophone
Raphael Clarkson - Trombone
Arthur O'Hara - Bass
Harry Pope - Drums