Idioma disponible: inglésHaving spent the late 2000s and much of the 2010s as frontman for rock outfit the Maccabees, singer/songwriter Orlando Weeks made his solo debut in the late 2010s, scoring his own short story before releasing his debut solo album in June of 2020. Born in South London and educated at Highgate and the University of Brighton, musician Orlando Weeks got his start in music as founding member of rock group the Maccabees. The musician spent much of his musical career with the band, releasing four studio albums and landing atop the U.K. charts with final project Marks to Prove It (2015). Almost immediately after the band broke up in August 2016, Weeks released the short story The Gritterman, alongside an accompanying score. Several years after his last tour with the Maccabees, he announced his move into solo work in 2020, releasing intimate singles "Safe in Sound" and "Blood Sugar" in the first half of the year. His debut album, A Quickening, arrived in June that year; an expansion of Weeks' more introspective style, the musician's debut focused on themes of paternal life and self-expression.
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