A FEW WORDS ABOUT LEE ROBERT
Lee Robert is a singer/songwriter hailing from Newbury, England. Influenced by Britpop and the 00’s Alternative scene, Robert’s first album ‘What We Might Have Been’ was released at just the age of 15. 5 years older, ‘The Making of a Bad Dream’ is an electric guitar alt-rock driven album discussing the difficulties of university life, romance, and self-doubt. The latest album ‘Black Holes & Heavy Souls’ is an eclectic rock album theorising romance in the vortex that time creates for us.
Lee also works with other artists as a songwriter, and is part of groove rock Falmouth based band Cherry Garcia. His other collaborative works include surf-com-rock duo WIZZEAU with close friend Sam Archibald, as well as stints with dark-indie pop trio Modern Nostalgia System, alt-rock band Rebels of the South and Britpop lovers, The Lost Sound.
Having worked on a range of genres, Robert’s roots still lie firmly within the indie rock category, citing influences frequently such as The National, LCD Soundsystem, Miike Snow, Oasis, Elbow, Courteeners and Jamie T.
Specialising as primarily a vocalist and guitarist, Lee also frequents the bass guitar, drums and a variety of synthesised keyboards as well as piano, and dabbles with production of both live sound as well as studio recording and mastering.
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