Following Chris’ mother’s suicide he promised himself he would work every single day to be a better guitarist, singer, songwriter and human being. He has never looked back.
Citing Damien Rice, Ray Lamontagne, Ben Howard and Neil Young as his major influences, he is backed predominantly on guitar, describing his songwriting as a “natural process” turning his “stream of consciousness into melodies.”
Chris’ music has been described as having a “deep beauty to it, a simplicity that is poignant and has a reflective feel, far from urban life.”
He has organised charity concerts for The Umbrella Foundation (an orphanage in Nepal), Acid Survivors Trust International (assisting those affected by acid attacks), the Campaign Against Living Miserably (a suicide prevention charity) and RISE UK (a domestic abuse charity).
Chris released a cover of ‘LIVE FOREVER’ by Oasis for National Suicide Prevention Month in September ’20. His song ‘LOVE IS SO SIMPLE’ in November ’20 for RISE UK, a domestic abuse charity & his third single ‘HEART GROWS COLDER’ in January ’21.
His new single YEARS & YEARS is released this February. It marks the anniversary of the death of his friend, Jimmy, who the song is written about.