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Jack Garratt performs ‘Worry’ in intimate new video — exclusive

The clip is part of Vevo's emerging artist series, LIFT

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With his first album Phase under his belt, one-man-band Jack Garratt is an artist to watch — and that’s why music and entertainment platform Vevo is giving the musician a boost via its LIFT program.

Starting Monday, music fans can see the premiere of his latest video, “Surprise Yourself” — which EW’s Marc Snetiker described as a “blazing” single in his review of the album — as well as behind-the-scenes access and other performances, including “Worry,” which you can see below in an EW exclusive.

The intimate LIFT performance was recorded May 2 at Chicago’s Prairie Production in front of a live audience, who got to see firsthand the musician shift from instrument to instrument, often multi-tasking along the way. Marked by electro beats, his big and at times raspy voice, and a delicate balance between moody and more cheerful sounds, Garratt’s talents have already earned him multiple honors, including winner of the BBC’s Sound of 2016 poll, BRITs Critics’ Choice for 2016, and the 2015 BBC Introducing Artist of the Year Award.

Buckinghamshire, England-born Garratt follows Tori Kelly, Kendrick Lamar, Halsey, Troye Sivan, and Fifth Harmony as new talents and emerging artists celebrated by the Vevo LIFT program.