Mr Jukes is a vehicle for Jack Steadman's soulful fantasies.
Announced earlier this year, it's a project that has swiftly caught the imagination of fans, with the songwriter channelling those classic influences in a fresh, 21st century context.
The lyricism is, as ever, on point. Debut album 'God First' is out now, and beneath the blazing horns and foot-stompin' beats is a slight vulnerability that allows each song to linger after the final note.
Standout cut 'Grant Green' pays homage to the legendary guitarist, and it takes the twin lightning rods of love and music as points of inspiration.
Clash has nabbed this live session, shot at London's The Church studio. Jack Steadman leads the ensemble, and the full group is something to behold - guest vocalists, horns, and more.
A funky soul ensemble, it's a righteous, sweat-drippin' performance which is emanates sheer joy from start to finish.