Alfie Templeman

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Templeman in January 2020
Background information
Birth nameAlfie George Templeman
Born (2003-01-26) 26 January 2003 (age 21)
Carlton, Bedfordshire, England
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • bass guitar
  • drums
  • synthesiser
  • piano
  • cello
Years active2016–present
  • Chess Club

Alfie George Templeman (born 26 January 2003) is an English singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. In 2016, he began recording and releasing demos at the age of 13. [1] [2] Templeman made his professional solo debut in 2018, and went on to release seven extended plays, as well as two studio albums, Mellow Moon (2022) and Radiosoul (2024).


At the start of his career, Templeman described his sound as "indie R&B", often drawing inspiration from the experiences of others, such as characters from TV shows. [3] [4] He then shifted to a wider and more experimental sonic palette for his 2024 album, Radiosoul. [5] [6]

Early life

Templeman was born in Carlton, Bedfordshire. [7] He cites the area as an influence on his music. [3] [1] [8]

Templeman grew up around his father's collection of guitars and his sister, whose musical talents included playing the piano and trumpet. Templeman has stated this is what "[drew him] into the world of music". [3]

At the age of seven, he developed an interest in drums and received his first guitar at age eight. [3] [9] Until then, he'd taught himself how to play his father's left-handed guitars upside down. [3] Self-taught at everything apart from drums, Templeman began recording at home and making CDs with his friends at age ten. [3] By the time he turned 13, he had already acquired a fair understanding of music production software on his own and began working on creating full-length tracks. [10] [9] His mother encouraged him to sing. Templeman transitioned from producing simple instrumentals to fully-formed compositions.


In 2018, Templeman recorded and released his debut single "Orange Juice", followed soon after by his debut EP, Like an Animal, released in October 2018 by Chess Club Records. [10] Templeman wrote, performed and recorded his debut EP Like an Animal in his bedroom after school. [9] [11] Before signing with Chess Club, Templeman would upload his music on Spotify and was noticed when he featured on their "Discover Weekly" playlist. [3]

After completing his GCSEs, Templeman left high school in 2019 at 16 years old to pursue a full-time music career. [12]

Following the success of his debut, Templeman released his second EP, Sunday Morning Cereal, in June 2019 and his third EP, Don't Go Wasting Time, later that same year.

In April 2019, Templeman performed at the O2 Academy Brixton [13] supporting Sundara Karma and has also supported Sports Team on their UK tour and played the Five Day Forecast and Eurosonic Noorderslag in 2020. [13] [14] In January 2020, Templeman started his first mini-tour, with first performing at Headrow House in Leeds, on the 17th January, before selling out his first London headline show at Colours, Hoxton. His 2020 single "Happiness in Liquid Form" was added to rotation on Australian youth broadcaster Triple J. [15] Templeman's 2020 single "Forever Isn't Long Enough" was released on 28 September 2020, and launched with a third consecutive Annie Mac's Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1. Templeman singles "Happiness in Liquid Form" and "Obvious Guy" both earned a space on the Radio 1 C List.

In an interview with Headliner Magazine in 2021, Templeman said of his single "Everybody's Gonna Love Somebody": “I'm just doing it in my room; I'm a normal bloke just making a bit of a tune. It's literally just been me messing around, really; I'm not a professional at it at all. I just know how to piece it together enough to make it not sound like a bunch of noise!" [16]

In November 2020, he was shortlisted as a finalist for MTV Push UK & IRE 2021 for best upcoming artists. [17]

On 3 November 2021, Templeman released the single "3D Feelings", produced by Justin Young of The Vaccines. [18] This was followed by the release of "Broken" in 2022, alongside the announcement of his debut studio album, Mellow Moon , which was released on 27 May through Chess Club Records. [19]

On 13 February 2024, Templeman released the track "Eyes Wide Shut", [20] the lead single from his second studio album, Radiosoul , which was announced on 7 March [21] and released on 7 June through Chess Club Records. [22] [23] The album was anticipated by four more singles: the title track, [21] [22] "Hello Lonely", [24] "Beckham" [25] and "Just a Dance" (featuring Nile Rodgers). [26] In May of the same year, the artist performed on the New Music Stage at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend festival in Luton. [27]

Personal life

In 2019, Templeman was hospitalized and then diagnosed with childhood interstitial lung disease. [28] In 2021, he opened up about his experiences with depression and anxiety. [29]

In July 2020, he co-signed an open letter to UK Minister for Women and Equalities Liz Truss, calling for a ban on all forms of LGBT+ conversion therapy. [30]

In May 2024, Templeman was one of the over 100 acts who decided to boycott that year's edition of The Great Escape Festival in Brighton and Hove, in protest against the event's sponsor Barclays and its investments in companies supplying arms that were reportedly used by Israeli military forces in their invasion of the Gaza Strip. [31] [32]


Studio albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions

Mellow Moon
  • Released: 27 May 2022
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Format: CD, LP, digital download, streaming
  • Released: 7 June 2024
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Format: CD, LP, digital download, streaming


TitleDetailsPeak chart positions

Forever Isn't Long Enough
  • Released: 7 May 2021
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Format: CD, LP, digital download, streaming

Extended plays

List of EPs released, with release date and label shown
TitleDetailsPeak chart

Wonderland Dreamin' [a]
  • Released: 1 August 2017
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download
Dazed Days [a]
  • Released: 25 October 2017
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download
5th Avenue Revisited [a]
  • Released: 2 March 2018
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download
Like an Animal
  • Released: 18 October 2018
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Format: Vinyl, digital download, streaming
Sunday Morning Cereal
  • Released: 21 June 2019
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Formats: Vinyl, digital download, streaming
Don't Go Wasting Time
  • Released: 13 November 2019
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Formats: Vinyl, digital download, streaming
Happiness in Liquid Form
  • Released: 17 July 2020 [37]
  • Label: Chess Club
  • Formats: Vinyl, digital download, streaming
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.


As lead artist

List of singles, with year released, chart positions and album shown
TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum

"Orange Juice"2018Non-album single
"Stop Thinking (About Me)" [39] 2019Sunday Morning Cereal
"Sunday Morning Cereal" [40]
"Used to Love"Don't Go Wasting Time
"Don't Go Wasting Time"
"Happiness in Liquid Form" [41] 202041Happiness in Liquid Form
"My Best Friend"
(featuring Coach Party) [42]
"Obvious Guy"39
"Things I Thought Were Mine" [43]
"Forever Isn't Long Enough"Forever Isn't Long Enough
"Everybody's Gonna Love Somebody"2021
"One More Day"
(featuring April)
"3D Feelings" Mellow Moon
"Leaving Today"
"Colour Me Blue"
"No One Does It Better Than You"
(with Bob Junior)
2023Non-album single
"Eyes Wide Shut"2024Radiosoul
"Hello Lonely”
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.
"You Love Me in My Dreams"
(Ariel Days featuring Alfie Templeman)
2018Ariel Days
"Close Yr Eyes"
(carpetgarden featuring Alfie Templeman)
Non-album singles
(Sully featuring Alfie Templeman)
"Christmas Time for Many Minds"
(Jebb and the Riots featuring Alfie Templeman)
Stories of Christmas
(Oscar Lang featuring Alfie Templeman)
2019Bops Etc.
(Circa Waves featuring Alfie Templeman)
2020Non-album singles
(chloe moriondo featuring Thomas Headon & Alfie Templeman)

Festival appearances

Field Day London, UK8 June 2019
Truck Festival Oxfordshire, UK26–28 July 2019
Reading Festival Reading, UK24 August 2019
Leeds Festival Leeds, UK25 August 2019
Reeperbahn FestivalHamburg, Germany19 September 2019
Neighborhood FestivalManchester, UK12 October 2019
Mirrors FestivalLondon, UK2 November 2019
Reading Festival Reading, UK28 August 2021
Leeds Festival Leeds, UK29 August 2021
Corona Capital 2021Mexico City20 November 2021
Radio 1's Big Weekend Coventry, UK29 May 2022
Glastonbury Festival Somerset, UK24 June 2022
Depot in the Castle Cardiff, UK9 July 2022
Truck Festival Oxford, UK24 July 2022
Sziget Festival Budapest, Hungary12 August 2022
Victorious Festival Portsmouth, UK28 August 2022
Asagiri JamAsagiri, Japan9 October 2022
Radio 1's Big WeekendLuton, UK25 May 2024

Awards and nominations

List of awards and nominations, with organisation, award, nominated work, and result shown
2019 NME The NME 100HimselfIncluded [44]
2020 DIY Class of 2020Included [45]
MTV MTV Push UK & IrelandNominated [46]
BBC Sound of 2021Longlisted [47]
Vevo Vevo Dscvr 2021Shortlisted [48]

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^a All releases prior to Orange Juice were removed from streaming platforms at an unknown date, presumably shortly before or after its release. However, these EPs were subsequently re-uploaded to Bandcamp in 2020, and therefore they are regarded as official releases.