Britain’s Got Talent finalists Jack Pack have gone and got themselves a record deal with Simon Cowell and Sony Music’s label, Syco.
The four-piece swing group were a hit on the series earlier this year, winning the public vote in their live semi-final. Here they are performing their rendition of Feeling Good:
No red buzzer for them from then judge, now boss, Simon Cowell.
“I love this era of music, it only works if you’ve got great voices and if you respect the time and Jack Pack win on both counts,” Cowell says. I’ve always wanted to work with this type of record, so I am looking forward to us working together.”
The band is now made up of Sean Ryder Wolf, Alfie Palmer, Andrew Bourn and Martin McCafferty. Former member Adam Diplock, who was seen on BGT, and the band parted ways earlier in the year.
Jack Pack’s debut album, which the band says will take influences from the Rat Pack and swing music styles, is due to be released next year.
“It’s a dream come true for us to be signing to Syco Music,” they say, adding “We’d like to thank Simon Cowell for believing in us and giving us this opportunity. We can’t wait to get to work in the studio and try to repay our supporters for the faith they have shown in us.”
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