Tom Copson

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Tom Copson
Birth nameTom Copson
Born (1984-10-13) 13 October 1984 (age 37)
Origin Cambridge, United Kingdom
Genres Acoustic, folk, indie pop, folk rock
InstrumentsVocals, guitar,
Years active2006–present
LabelsIndependent artist.

Tom Copson (born 13 October 1984)[ citation needed ] is an English singer-songwriter, independent artist, musician and performer of acoustic music. He released a live album "Live at CB2" in 2011, followed by his first studio album Woven in 2012.[ citation needed ]


Copson was raised in Cambridge, England. His first experiences were as part of a group called Eske. After leaving the band he developed his career busking in England and Europe.[ citation needed ]


Copson has received positive reviews for his live performances. [1] [2] In 2009 Copson self-released his first solo material as an EP entitled Will my soul still make it home? [3]

His first release since securing a deal with UK-based independent label Chiwawa Records was a live acoustic EP, which was recorded in his home town of Cambridge, entitled Tom Copson – Live at CB2. [3]


Copson's debut album Woven was released on 18 March 2013. [4] Tom Robinson from BBC Introducing recently played the opening track "Afraid to Fall" twice on his 6music show. [5] Copson worked with producer Stu Reid, accompanied by a band of their friends and families, and recorded the album in churches. [3]

Cloud Not A Star

Copson's next album ‘Cloud Not A Star' was released on April 16, 2021.

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