Raised in Nottingham, this British singer and songwriter started his musical career as frontman for several bands since he was 14. Over the years he’s supported the likes of Kaiser Chiefs, played festivals such as Reading & Leeds and written over 300 songs both for himself and others. Drawing inspiration from The Killers, Bleachers and Sam Fender, he debuted his solo rock sound on “Soho” in 2019.
Singing about refusing to settle down, despite seeing friends getting married and bringing children into the world, his new single blends defiance with catharsis. Capturing the party lifestyle in a pop-rock anthem, the track goes from a simple guitar strum, to an exuberant chorus, filled with perky rhythms and wild electric guitars. And with his fiery vocal force, this tune is totally voltaic.
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