Fraser’s first release Lay It On The Line made it straight to all the talent spotters radars, Lemacq BBC6, Jim Gellatly of Amazing Radio, Tom Robinson BBC6 , John Kennedy XFM… and even got playlisted alongside The Kooks, and Vampire Weekend and only a handful of other other artists on the Hollister Playlist last summer, which recieved around the clock attention from US and world over. The follow up to Lay it on the Line was the release of the album ” A Garden At The Top Of The Tree” Which also received numerous positive reviews on proper Indie blogs… Fraser also wrote songs with Tom Odell who is a big fan of Fraser’s music, namely Tom played Piano on Fraser’s song No Don’t Wait.

Edited by miraclefountain on 5 Jan 2014, 01:44

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