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.
Foreign Architects, from Perth, Western Australia, formed in 2013 and have had an incredible few years, including supporting ARIA Award winners Eskimo Joe and performing in front of an audience of 30,000 plus in Singapore. Following the success of their song, ‘Clover’, they return with their latest single, ‘Sometimes I Run’, produced by Nathan Sheehy, best known for his work with Bluejuice, Dune Rats, and The Vanns.