A REGGAE band based in London will take to the stage tomorrow night at Bridport Electric Palace.

Boasting band members that have performed with Bastille, Kwabs, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Hollie Cook and Prince Fatty, They Say Jump are an unstoppable force united by a love of reggae and ska music.

In March 2017 TSJ were asked to support Bob Marley’s original band The Wailers on their UK tour performing to thousands nationwide.

They Say Jump’s most recent releases have been played by David Rodigan on BBC 1Xtra, John Kennedy of XFM and on BBC Radio Wales.

Since establishing 10 years ago TSJ have toured extensively building a strong live following escalated by high profile festival performances at Boomtown, Secret Garden Party, Nozstock and Wilderness.

Labelled as 'ones to watch’ by Harper’s Bazaar magazine after a main stage performance at Secret Garden Party, They Say Jump have an ace up their sleeve.

Frontman Adrian Benn is an uncontrollable explosion of hilarity, drawing audiences into a cyclone of amusement. He turns a subdued room into a free-for-all by the end of the first three and a half minutes.

Do not be surprised to see band members performing wireless in the crowd, audience members stripping and a hypnotised army of loyal followers jumping in unison. They Say Jump are summer personified, an unrivalled live show.

They Say Jump’s new single Growing Apart features Hollie Cook, daughter of Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook and also Horseman, acclaimed reggae vocal veteran.

*They Say Jump, Bridport Electric Palace, Friday, May 11. Call the box office for tickets.