Sam Brookes’ love of singing and performing has been
evolving since his days as a chorister, singing for the Queen at her private Chapel in Great Windsor Park. His self titled release bought him recognition in the form of high profile support slots with Joan Armatrading, Ray Davies and Newton Faulkner; this combined with an entrepreneurial spirit and a close kinship with other musicians such as Lucy Rose, Pete Roe and Emily & The
Woods has allowed his live and recorded sound to evolve into a more powerful and provocative body of work. Thoughtful lyrics add poetry to his tracks, and his second album was self-released in March 2014.