At the beginning of the series, Jake is shown to be a bully alongside his best friends. After auditioning for the music club, he begins to show a little more appreciation for the members of the band. In "Trust Issues" Episode 2 , it's reveals that he can be absent minded and has became a little paranoid due to Zander being angry to him for not coming on time. His dream is interrupted by his alarm, forcing him to get ready for school. He goes to school and talks with his friends when Hailey and Xander enter the scene. Jake and his friends pick on the two for being "music freaks" when Hailey shuts them down. When he feels lonely, he goes to the rooftop and sings. Daisy, his secret-not-so-secret crush, is impressed about his singing when she finds him and pressures him to join the music club.
Why is Jordan Clarke’s “Freaks” so popular?
The song has clocked up an impressive 5,, plays on Spotify. This makes it one of the most popular UK Eurovision-related songs ever, with only two other UK Eurovision entries having more plays. Not all former UK Eurovision songs are available on Spotify, but even some of the older songs are proving to be enduring favourites on the streaming platform. Back in April — two months after the UK national final — a nightcore-style remix of the song was released.
United Kingdom Eurovision songs – Spotify plays (top 10)
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