Daisy Chute is a singer, songwriter, orchestrator and arranger. As a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, piano, ukulele, banjo) she performs her own material solo and with various bands; a founding member of platinum-selling vocal quartet All Angels, Daisy is now lead singer of the newly-formed three and me. She has toured internationally singing across Europe, America and the Middle East and went to the Far East and Russia with the RSC and National Theatre of Scotland as an actor/musician. She writes and sings folk songs inspired by her Scottish and American roots, and has received awards from renowned songwriting competitions including Nashville's Songdoor, BBC Young Composer, Burnsong and UK Songwriting Festival. In collaboration with writer and producer Tim Baxter, Daisy is recording an album of original songs drawing influences from Americana, Jazz and Celtic Folk music, and even a nod to the bossa nova traditions of South America with the first release from the album I Left My Heart in Rio, a tribute to the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Tom Lowman is a songwriter from Winchester, UK. He loves Dinosaurs, late nights and lyrically driven acoustic nonsense.
Routinely tries to sound like Damien Rice, Frank Turner, Will Varley, Pete Roe.
Always up for playing a show and meeting new people.
George Holroyd is a singer-songwriter born and raised in Suffolk and currently living in London. Picking up the guitar aged 11, George went on to play his first show in 2013 at The Bodega, supporting Ryan Keen. He has since built a strong live following for himself gigging on the Nottingham music scene, playing regular shows in and around the city and appearing at festivals including Dot to Dot (2013, 2014 & 2015) and Splendour (2014.) In late 2014 George recorded his debut EP ‘Peru’, self-releasing it on Jan 30th 2015 and playing a sold-out launch show at The Bodega that night. The EP went straight in at No. 14 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Albums chart, going on to peak at No. 10.