CALLUM PITT+ COTTER

Taking influences from The War On Drugs, Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes, indie-folk newcomer Callum Pitt combines finger-picked folk riffs with a stunning falsetto voice. His debut track, “You’d Better Sell It While You Can”, received airplay from BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, as well as gathering widespread blog coverage from the likes of Crack In The Road, DIY and The Tipping Point, resulting in a place on one of Spotify UK’s ‘Fresh Finds’ playlists, a slot at Evolution Emerging 2017, and tour support slots with Meadowlark, Cape Cub and Isaac Gracie. Follow up tracks ‘Least He’s Happy’ and ‘Rabbits’ received yet more coverage, making Spotify’s coveted “New Music Friday” playlist in a number of countries, and saw Callum receive his first BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music plays.

“Callum Pitt… harnesses the lilting nature of Americana, producing some intricate guitar licks and roll-off-the-tongue lyrics that converge into a swelling chorus that sweeps you off your feet.” (DIY)

“[A] brilliant introduction to a young talent with bags of potential, massive in scope and freely channelling the dreamy Americana of The War On Drugs and Bon Iver’s sparkling clean production in its rich ambient soundscapes… It’s an evolving piece of uplifting indie folk that eventually explodes into an anthemic payoff that’s worth the wait.” (God Is In The TV)

Callum Pitt Links: Website | Instagram | Facebook 

Watch the live session video of ‘Away From The Rousing Parades’ here:


Cotter is the moniker and musical outlet of Birmingham born singer songwriter Tom Cotter. With an honest approach to songwriting, Cotter’s songs are soaked in emotion. His music will fill you with feelings of love, loss, hope, and dreams, whilst carrying a small amount of millennial anguish. Usually accompanied on guitar, his playing perfectly partners a soulful voice. Described as one of the premier acoustic artists of his hometown, he is certainly one to watch.

Cotter Links: Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

 

 

 

Watch the official music video for ‘Vacant’ below: