Over the past decade, writer and musician Chris T-T has been one of the most consistently acclaimed artists in British underground music.
Since 1999 Chris has released eight albums, including a trilogy about London: The 253 (2001), London Is Sinking (2003) and Capital (2008), as well as political protest album 9 Red Songs (2005) and more recently the inward-looking Love Is Not Rescue (2010).
Based in Brighton but restlessly mobile, he writes for magazines, websites and books, including a regular column in national left-wing newspaper The Morning Star. Alongside writing and touring, Chris also speaks regularly at conferences and runs songwriting seminars and workshops.
“A national gem of a songwriter.”
With support from Eliott McCall & Eliza Shaddad, a Scottish and Sudanese singer-songwriter from Ipswich, with a musical background as diverse as her heritage. Her debut EP was re;eased in March 2012 and has recieved fantastic reviews, blog radio support from John Kennedy at XFM. As a vocalist for Clean Bandit she has written and appeared on their EP 'UK Shanty', and subsequently Channel 4, XFM and Radio One.