Who is Scott Swain?
Scott Swain is a drifter and a lost soul who also happens to be a singer-songwriter. He mainly resides around Herts/London/Surrey, UK. Having played in bands (Fire at Night and How To Dress a Monster) for some years, 2016 saw him experiment with a new direction in his song writing. Drawing on influences from Americana, Country, and alt indie, he decided to follow a solo career.
In 2017 he began writing and recording his upcoming debut EP (to be released May 2018 – thanks to a successful kickstarter campaign). Being a fan of Cinema, each of Scott’s tracks are about particular films which have left their mark on him, in one way or another. You can catch him performing live either on his own, or with his live band: The Sinners.
"...an innovative and poignant songwriter." - Fame Magazine
"Fans of The National and Radiohead will feel at home here." - A Badge of Friendship
"...truly mesmerizing..." - The Vinyl District
"...Swain’s solo side is heading towards major attention." - The Ringmaster Review
"...definitely one to have on your weekend playlist." - MusicOTFuture
"...haunting harmonies with provocative melodies, disarming listeners along the way." - Maximum Volume Music
FRIENDS OF SCOTT SWAIN
Scott has worked with a number of talented people and would like to thank them for their input and inspiration.
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