Julius Cowdrey To Release Debut Single, ‘7 Roads (I See You)’

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UK singer songwriter Julius Cowdrey could have chosen a different path in life. Coming from a famous sporting background where his father and grandfather both captained the England cricket team, Julius regardless discovered his talent and passion for music at a very young age whilst singing in the school choir. Now 23, he started writing songs at the age of 16.

In 2013 Julius introduced live music to famous West End nightclub Mahiki, and has become a regular headliner at the best music venues, including The Troubadour, in London. Over the past year he’s divided his time between London, New York and Los Angeles.

Julius received rave reviews for his performance as a guest of the prestigious Society’s Choice on Fifth Avenue, and was was invited back to perform for a second consecutive year. After spending time working on his music in New York, he then took the West Coast by storm and was quickly asked to headline at multiple exclusive rooftop parties, and to perform at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood.

In Autumn 2016 Cowdrey made his television debut as a new cast member of the TV series, ‘Made In Chelsea’ and is quickly becoming one of the leading male roles of Season 12.

Julius found his true music inspiration since moving to London from his hometown of Canterbury, and has created his own sound within the acoustic pop genre. In light of his live performances he’s been compared to Ed Sheeran behind a piano with the expression and emotion of Adele.

Julius is currently co-writing and recording new material with writers based in London and LA. His debut single ‘7 Roads (I See You)’ will be released on 25th Nov 2016.

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