Jamie Webster has released his newest single This Place today – a personal love letter to our much-loved hometown of Liverpool. 

Known for his honest and relatable lyrics, Webster doesn’t disappoint in the new track, which serves as a “less cliché way of saying there’s no place like home”.

This Place is the latest track to come from Webster’s forthcoming album We Get By, set for release on 21 August 2020. 

The album is made up of 12 thought provoking tracks relating to Webster’s views on the rises and falls of current affairs. Known as ‘the people’s poet’, Webster’s album is bursting with lyrics that carry genuine meaning that say it like it is, staying true to his Liverpool roots.

This Place is a track that many will connect to, relating to the emotional attachment that one has to their hometown. It’s a personal triumph for Webster, paying tribute to the city he’s grown up in, with his Liverpool environment contributing to the man he is today. The single holds a strong place in Webster’s heart, offering lyrical payback for the ongoing support he receives from his loyal fans.

Jamie Webster – This Place (Official Lyric Video)

Recorded at Liverpool Parr Street Studios and produced by Rich Turvey, This Place includes Webster’s signature fast-paced acoustic rhythm. The repeated deliverance of the lyrics “My city, my people, my heart” are sang with true passion and depth, creating an emotional sense of community between Webster and his listeners. The song is a celebration of Webster’s achievements and the influence that Liverpool has had on his life – it’s a song that will bring people together in sharing a sense of pride and euphoria.

Listed by the Liverpool Echo journalists as the 11th most influential person shaping the city’s modern culture in their 2020 Power List, Webster is just at the start of his career within the music industry away from his LFC background.

Jamie Webster Live Shows

All upcoming shows including his album tour and summer festival dates are as follows:  

  • Fri 4 Sep Newcastle, Think Tank? 
  • Sat 5 Sep Bingley, Bingley Weekender 2020
  • Thu 10 Sep Leeds, Brudenell Social Club 
  • Fri 11 Sep Manchester, The Deaf Institute
  • Sat 12 Sep Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
  • Fri 18 Sep Belfast, Limelight 2 
  • Wed 23 Sep Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
  • Thu 24 Sep London, The Camden Assembly
  • Sat 26 Sep Liverpool, O2 Academy Liverpool – SOLD OUT
  • Sun 27 Sep Liverpool, Sound City

This Place is available to download on all major platforms now.

Follow Jamie on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Sian Ellis