“CHRIS T-T should’ve been offered a knighthood for services to English underground music by now” The Artsdesk.
Since 1999 T-T has released nine albums, including a trilogy about London: The 253 (2001), London Is Sinking (2003) and Capital (2008), as well as alt-folk protest classic 9 Red Songs (2005) and the inward-looking Love Is Not Rescue (2010).
Based in Brighton but restlessly mobile, he has written for The Morning Star, Louder Than War, Huffington Post, New Public Thinkers and others. Alongside writing and touring, Chris speaks regularly at conferences and runs seminars and workshops.
Following the release of his ninth studio album The Bear, which came out in October, Chris T-T & The Hoodrats play Falmouth University on Friday. The UK tour coincides with the release of his new single Bury Me With A Scarab, out on February 10.
See www.christt.com for more details.