Inside Hitchin Magazine - March 2021 - Magazine - Page 36
Having grown up in a small town called Stotfold, I moved to
the capital in 2016 where I would study music at university.
Having never sung in public before, I used this fresh start
as a chance to reinvent myself and begin the project which
is now at the centre of all I do. It was during my time in
London that I began holding auditions for a band which
could bring my bedroom recordings to life. 3 years later,
I am supported by Jamie Steenbergen (drums), Stephen
Clift (bass guitar), Gio Metaxas (guitar) and Chris Godfrey
I am happiest when I am performing live. Every night is
different and so every night excites me in a different way. I
have been fortunate enough to play my music up and down
The Mill (Stotfold), Wilkestock Festival (Stevenage),
the country as well as on an international stage.
Esquires (Bedford) etc…
In January 2019, I travelled to Germany where I would play
The 3rd of July will also see me and my band head to
three shows in three nights, a personal highlight of mine.
It’s these experiences which gift me with all sorts of stories, Hitchin where you can catch us performing at a fundraiser
including stories of drummers being left stranded in foreign for the local football club. Outside of the live scene, I have
secretly been working away on my debut EP entitled ‘Man
countries after everyone else has landed back home….
Made’. I hope my fans will continue to support me in this
Locally, I have performed at ‘The Horn’ (St Albans), ‘The
new beginning in the same way they have supported me
Half Moon’ (Bishop’s Stortford), The Red Lion (Stevenage), over the past 3 years.