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B I O G R A P H Y

Daniel Leigh has been a performer/songwriter/musician since the young age of 14. Throughout his career in music, Daniel has performed and tasted many musical genres, such as soul, stage, and hard rock.

Known to most as the front man for London based rock bands New Device and Jordan Red. Daniel has now decided to branch out, exploring the diverse paths of his solo career. Drawing inspiration from almost every facet of musical genre, Daniel Leigh writes, records and performs music which he feels is true to his personality and life experience. There is a distinct contrast between his work in New Device and his solo compositions, with Electronic drum beats, clean and acoustic guitars, and rich, colourful melodies. His intriguing collection is without a doubt primarily driven through powerful vocals, giving this exciting new project a genuine and honest feel.

Through his music, Daniel Leigh is presented ‘stripped bare’, exposing a deeply personal and natural central core. Debut EP ‘My Little Eye’ was released in 2012 to rave reviews and new music is coming October  this year.

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For Better Days

Well, it’s been eight years. Scary when you realise it’s almost been a decade since you released your first solo record. Stranger still is that it has taken eight years to release a second single!   Every year since the release of the “My Little Eye” EP, there has been talk of releasing the track

To Chill or Upskill…

When we get what are largely referred to as “wake-up calls”, there are a number of ways in which we tend to respond to them. Either we listen to the bell alarm and get up and deal with it…..or we bury our heads in the sand, ignore it and blame outside circumstances or people for

On Writing – Part 1

Writing music and lyrics is always something that I have been drawn to. Even before I could play an instrument, I was writing “alternate lyrics” to my favourite songs. This taught me a great deal about the “restrictions” there were in song writing. There were often, and still are words or phrases I desperately want