ABOUT JOEY COLLINS
Bio: Joey Collins is a singer, songwriter and producer that crafted his musical roots in the Nottingham/Derby music scene with alternative rock band 'Saturn Ascend'. Fronting the band for a number of years allowed plenty of songwriting and live performance experience from an early age and since the disbanding of Saturn, he has since ventured into a busy solo career.
At the early age of 21 he has already accomplished 3 EP releases; 'Take Your Pain & Turn It Into Art', 'The Time In Between The Seconds' and 'Desolated // Elevated'. Joey's music has been described by critics for "rocking a low-key, Kurt Cobain sound with a hint of Jeff Buckley soul." - Leftlion
Moving to London in 2015 to study Popular Music at Middlesex University, allowed Joey the freedom to gig extensively and build a network in the London music scene. He has since played all over the country with a range of festivals, headline shows and support - notably in established venues such as; 02 Academy Islington, Rescue Rooms, The Bodega, Proud Camden, The Workshop and many more...In July 2017, Joey played a short run of shows in Italy with Waira.
As well as performing and songwriting, he also is producing some of his own material and searching for other artists to produce at his home studio in Hendon. The formation of an independent label/live events company entitled 'Dead Cell Records' is his vision to build a passionate music community for like-minded music enthusiasts to collaborate and showcase authentic art collectively.
Short Description: Joey Collins is a 21 year old singer/songwriter/producer based in London. His music is a variety of genres with influences including of; Jeff Buckley, Noah Gundersen, John Frusciante, James Veck-Gilodi and Eddie Vedder to name a few.
Discography: 'Take Your Pain & Turn It Into Art' [EP] (March, 2016 release), 'The Time In Between The Seconds' [EP] (December, 2016 release), 'Desolated // Elevated' [EP] (February 2017 release), 'Souls' [Deluxe EP] (November, 2017 release).
With Saturn Ascend: 'Reasons To Forget' [LP] (2015)
With Mudd: 'Mudd' [Mini LP] (2017)