What is your favourite tour memory?
Man, I’ve had the honour of supporting some of my favourite bands and I’ve had some great moments, but what happens on tour stays on tour, to be honest! However, there was a festival in Germany at the most random Butlins-esque holiday park. It was so random that an hour before the gig, my band and I decided to do an adult high ropes course. It was so scary. It was so un-rock ‘n’ roll with our harnesses and our fear, that it stands out for me as a good old-fashioned proper laugh.
If you could listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?
My favourite song of all time is Mercy Mercy Me by Marvyn Gaye. I reckon I could love, laugh and cry to that for the rest of my life.
What’s your favourite venue to perform in?
I love performing in churches and cathedrals; the reverbs in those rooms are incredible. I also love playing in people’s living rooms! I’m going to be doing another house tour soon, so look out for dates!
In one sentence, how would you describe your music?
My music is honest and raw, atmospheric and harmonic, and I hope it draws you in from the first note.
What’s the story/inspiration behind Alaska?
My friends and I wanted an adventure. Fifteen of us flew to New York, put in £100 each and bought an old school bus, driving it all the way to Alaska. It was an incredible experience, especially as I was the last to leave Alaska, sleeping in the empty bus on my own in the wild!