Turin Brakes have sold over a million records to date and they are still going strong after 16 years. Their new studio album Lost Property was released in January 2016. It hit the Top 30 on release and three singles from the album Keep Me Around, Save You and Jump Start were subsequently playlisted on BBC Radio 2.
Years of touring across continents have sealed their reputation as a fearsome live act, able to hold any size crowd with the sheer chutzpah of their no-hidden-tricks raw and direct onstage presence. Turin Brakes carry on their secret life, and with a new generation of artists like Max Jury, Aquilo and Benjamin Francis Leftwich starting to beat a path to their door to collaborate, it looks like the secret is getting out.
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London based artist Tom Speight, takes the best elements of folk and pop music and puts them together to create a raw and infectious sound. Having released 4 EP’s over the last year, Tom is currently releasing another quartet of EP’s, the first of which Willow Tree was released in Jan ‘17. The 2nd EP My My My followed in July, the 3rd and 4th are set for release in the Autumn of 2017 and early 2018.
“the whole album yields a little more magic with each play”