Jody And The Jerms are a sextet from Oxford, formed in 2019.
Founded by former members of The Anydays (who notably supported Radiohead and Supergrassin the 90s), the band are fronted by the singular Jody, who remarkably until last year had never sung in front of anyone. Finding her calling and an instant chemistry with the vintage-flecked indie of the Jerms, within a matter of weeks of their formation, grand plans of original material and tours soon began to form with a natural ease. “Jody had never sung before but I roped her into trying a song in the studio on the premise that I would do it if she didn’t” jokes Niall, “fortunately for everyone’s ears it worked out.”
“Get Me Out” is a track about small town suburban boredom and that yearning to escape that spring from it. Though as Jody Jeger sings “Get me out of here, I’m screaming, I need something new…”, it’s impossible to tell whether it’s smalltown suburbia, or the spiders in her garage, she’s hoping to escape more..