Darling BOY – THE WORLD’S GREATEST MODERN MUSICAL PUNK POLYMATH THAT NO-ONE’S EVER BLOODY HEARD OF. YET.
Darling BOY should really need no introduction. But, for the moment, he does. He is the World’s Greatest Modern Musical Polymath That No-One’s Ever Heard Of, who counts among his admirers Andy Partridge (XTC), Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), Alan-I-Discovered-Oasis-Don’t-You-Know-McGee, and a host of other luminaries, movers, shakers and well-respected music makers.
Darling BOY writes great songs. Yep, great ones. He writes from the gut and delivers from the heart. He pens melodies that just plain refuse to leave your head over choppy rhythms that make you clench in all the right places.
Darling BOY is a punk – not in the nihilist or aesthetic sense, but in the perennial-plus-sign-we-absolutely-can-do-that-so-let’s-bloody-get-it-done sense. He is a consummate do-er. He plays guitar, piano, ukelele, drums, bass, mandolin, banjo, pontoon, hopscotch, and Top Trumps. He sings, he roars. He plays for punk legends The Boys, Duncan Reid and Spizz Energi, chamber pop quintet Left With Pictures, and The United Kingdom Ukulele Orchestra (TUKUO). His songwriting prowess has been praised by The Daily Mirror, Steve Lamacq and Gary Crowley. He does all manner of things behind the scenes in the music industry. Darling BOY really does want to be all things to all men, because he believes that these days you can and these days you should.
Darling BOY never sleeps. He waits.
Darling BOY loves you.
You can’t help but love Darling BOY back.