We at Children For Breakfast are very lucky to have caught James Yuill on his UK tour supporting his cracking new single "This Sweet Love" culled from the magnificent "Turning Down Water For Air". He recently featured in the NME's RADAR section.
He makes music on his laptop with his fingers and guitars and things and stuff. Folk music at heart but with an eye on the dancefloor. He is also a prolific remixer and has worked on diverse acts from Roots Manuva [here: http://www.zshare.net/audio/16510591309c06e2/ ] to Radiohead [Join Mailing List Here For MP3 http://www.jamesyuill.com/form.html ].
“Why can’t all singer songwriters be this imaginative? Lusciously sad laptop folk with a dancefloor pulse” – Guardian
“A little melancholia and a lot of talent = this dude James” – NME
“One of the musical affairs of the century” – Artrocker
“Fuses sweet and innocent acoustic melodies with some darkly introspective electronic magic. Investigate now!” – Zoo [Yes That One]
“It is quite wonderful” – Pop Justice
**Tim and Sam's Tim and the Sam Band, with Tim and Sam**
"Ones to watch for the future" - XFM
"New kids on the scene and they have made a set of beautiful instrumental tracks that sound like a crisp autumn day (in the best way possible). A bright future is looking likely" - PopCult
"a soundtrack to a glorious summer’s day when pints are warm and England are getting thrashed at some ball game or other" - BBC
And from closer to home
**Benjamin David & The Goliaths**
"A very talented young man with an occasional collective backing of equally talented musicians familar to the Sheffield scene. They like glockenspiels, violins and good friends and have taken there sound across the UK including supporting CFB favourite Fryars in London" US