ABOUT DREW DAVIES
Drew Davies is from the North York’s Moors. After escaping the spandex reform church (London chapter) and moonlighting for whoever would have him he now resides in the post-industrial artistic hotbed of Glasgow.
He has written many songs and played some iconic shows. From London' s Scala and legendary Underworld to Download Festival & the Brudenell Social. He has also been fortunate enough to have his music played by BBC DJ's such as Gary Crowley (BBC London), Bruce Dickinson (BBC 6), Jericho Keys (BBC Introducing) and the late great Janice Long (BBC Wales) amongst others.
His latest work is his most expansive, inspired by the world around him and the themes of love, loss and the human experience. Drew has created a sonic soundscape that can feel ominous like a storm rolling over a city or comforting like the warm sun caressing the back of your neck. Listen to his music, Drew Davies has something to say.
LOUDER THAN WAR
"A lyrical journey much darker in content than the music would have you believe at first"
"Anthemic 70's gusto big enough to fill an arena"
"Absolutely fantastic...Influenced by David Bowie and Peter Gabriel"
"Empowering lyrics and warming vocals"
"A stunningly captivating indie rock belter"
"I can't decide if this unashamedly 70's or 80's, but a very catchy song"
"Rooted in soaring vocals and passionate musicality"
"A strong sense of emotion throughout...presented with a warm sentiment and gorgeous musicianship"