Busy times ahead for Dutch/British composer, producer, and visual artist Tessa Rose Jackson (aka Someone).
First up, Someone’s music video for ‘I Guess I’m Changing’ has been selected for the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, and will be screened three times as part of their ‘Shorts’ program this coming June. The video was made by Tessa Rose Jackson alongside up-and-coming Hollywood director David Spearing and team, and is from a series of sci-fi inspired cinematic visuals the duo has created to accompany the critically acclaimed genre-spanning songs Tessa Rose Jackson makes under her musical mantle Someone.
Check out the video here:
“It was the most surreal thing.” explains Someone “As a huge film lover, the Tribeca seal of approval is always a big green must-go-see-this-film-now! flag, and the fact that our completely self-funded, independent little mini-movie will be screening alongside all these new future classics is simply mind-boggling. Every single person on this team just gave their all – moving and thinking far beyond any reasonable expectation. Making little pockets of make-believe with this team is always labour of love and I do believe that shines through!”
The Tribeca Film Festival news follows ‘I Guess I’m Changing’ receiving an Honourable Mention as a semi-finalist entry at Benelux Film Festival, with the creative duo of Jackson and Spearing having previously won an LA Film Award for ‘Best New Music’ for their ‘Shapeshifter’ video in 2021.
Someone will be playing a run of London dates in May before embarking on a headline UK/Europe tour in October-November, with performances booked at various European festivals including Reeperbahn Festival, Germany in September.
05/16 – The Waiting Room, London (supporting Georgia Harmer)
06/09 – Lafayette, London (supporting The Veils)
10/11 – The Workmans Cellar, Dublin
10/12 – Winthrop Avenue, Cork
10/13 – Ulster Sports Club, Belfast
10/14 – Poetry Club, Glasgow
10/15 – Polar Bear Music Club, Hull
10/17 – Old Woollen, Leeds
10/18 – Gullivers, Manchester
10/19 – The Parish, Huddersfield
10/20 – Jimmy’s, Liverpool
10/27 – The Six Six Bar, Cambridge
10/29 – Crofters Rights, Bristol
11/03 – Folklore, London
Someone’s new album, Owls, is out now and you can pick up your copy here.