Described by the late Sir George Martin as, “Too great a talent to ignore”, country-tinged artist Dan Clews continues his upward trajectory with his new album ‘While Middle England Mows Its Lawn’. A 4* review in Mojo said, “Veering from lop-sided Ronnie Lane country-tonk to soothing, MOR folk pearls. His best yet.” Bob Harris describes Dan’s sound as “Landscape Folk”.

Dan’s songs have always found a willing audience. His publisher is the late Sir George Martin, he has been playlisted by BBC Radio2, played numerous Bob Harris sessions, followed Mumford & Sons on a stage at Glastonbury, and been invited to accompany Tim Minchin as a special guest on Children In Need. Minchin said, “Beautiful player great songwriter, keep an eye out”. He is often crossing the Atlantic to work in Nashville with his cutting edge Music Row publishers –  Downtown Music Publishing. 

An artist with a true sense of purpose, his own fresh material and an original voice, Dan Clews represents the very best in natural, instinctive British talent. ‘While Middle England Mows Its Lawn’ will surely broaden his appeal far beyond the grassroots…