‘Nature’s not for everyone, but for me, it’s the one true reset. Taking that a step further, the sea is the thing that does it,’ says multi-instrumentalist and soother of troubled minds, Erland Cooper.
Having cut his teeth on the indie circuit in The Magnetic North and Erland and the Carnival, he made his debut solo flight with the avian-themed Solan Goose in 2018.…
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‘Never give up. I know that might sound a bit general, but it took me a very long time to have success. I was in my thirties when I became successful.’ Says hit songwriter Guy Chambers.
‘I constantly want to push myself, challenge myself. I constantly want to outgrow where I was yesterday.’ Says PRS for Music Gold Award winner Jacob Collier.
‘Someone once described our music as James Brown on acid.’ Says A Certain Ratio’s guitarist Martin Moscrop.
PRS for Music’s chief executive Robert Ashcroft looks behind the organisation's headline results to explain what the 2018 figures really mean for songwriters, composers and publishers.
‘At the end of the day, it’s still about the emotion of the story or the impact of the music.’ Says 2019 Ivor Novello Award nominee Daniel Pemberton.
'When I’m writing a song, the movement, performance, video and artwork are conceptualised and buzzing around my brain at the same time.' Says alt-pop artist Æ MAK.
‘I think the substance is outweighing the general feeling of just turning up.’ Says 2019 Ivor Novello Award nominee Ghetts.
'Seeing Giant Swan was one of the first times we’d seen dance music performed with the energy of a live band, and it was revolutionary.' Says Scalping's Alex Hill.