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Singer-Songwriter & Producer

With his intense musical passion, Marc Burford has forged his way to become a serious and multi-talented songwriter and producer. Grounded in Indie Rock music, his credits include The Knocks, Parson James, Mumiy Troll, Graham Candy and Echotape. His music has been aired on the award-winning NBC TV series Brooklynn 99 and Sky News, in Topshop and River Island stores, as well as featuring in London’s famous art Galleries; the Tate Modern & Tate Britain  (for Tracy Moberly’s art installation).


Fresh from tour Marc has had recent praise form Pete Doherty and Carl Barat (Libertines) they heard Marcs music and offered him main support on their 20th Anniversary tour around Europe, where Pete later watched him on stage each night.


Marc’s music portfolio has gained over 10 million steams and has seen radio support from Dermot O’Leary and Chris Evans (BBC radio 2), and John Kennedy (Radio X). His songwriting has also been noticed by award-winning producer Youth (aka Martin Glover), James K Lewis (Rudimental, Arctic Monkeys, Clean Bandit) and Cameron Blackwood (George Ezra, Florence and the Machine), who have worked with him on various Echotape records, such as Collective and Wicked Way, which was a Top 20 hit on the Dutch iTunes chart.


Marc developed a love for performing live when touring as a singer and guitarist for Echotape. The band played in Europe, a string of dates in America, and several times in Russia. They also headlined V-ROX festival in Vladivostok to a crowd of 15,000, finishing with a final show in the UK for Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.


Marc currently works from his recording studio in the heart of Hampshire (Sunrise Sound). He embraces all genres of music, recently working with drum and bass producer Muzz, along with ‘Dead Freights’, who are signed to the Libertines’s record label (25 Hours Convenience Store). His latest project was for Justin Biebers management, working on a track called ‘River’

Last year saw his first audiobook production with author and film director Mark Macauley, producing the coming of age Irish novel “The House of Slamming Doors”, which saw high praise from actor and writer Steven Fry. The future holds further innovative projects for Marc.

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