Trampolene are a 3 piece British alternative rock band, from Swansea, Wales, now relocated to London.
The band have toured the UK as headliners, a four-week Friday night residency at Koko in Camden, London and sets at Glastonbury and Isle of Wight festivals in 2015. They have also supported Carl Barât and the Jackals in the UK and Paris and legendary punk band Buzzcocks in London, Reverend and the Makers, Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Enemy. During 2016 they have been regularly headlining venues across the UK including London, Manchester, Yorkshire, Swansea and the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts in Stowmarket. They also played the Greenpeace stage at Glastonbury festival for the second year running.
Jack Jones has also performed spoken word poetry solo, supporting The Libertines on their 2016 UK arena tour, and the final date of their European tour in Vienna. Jack was featured in the NME in which he is introduced as "Jack Jones, singer in Welsh indie rockers Trampolene, plucked from life living in the back of his broken-down van to follow in the proud pre-Libs poetry footsteps of none other than Russell Brand." During May 2016, Jack supported Peter Doherty on his "Eudaimonia" tour and also played guitar for him.