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Hugo Sissons

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An indie/acoustic singer-songwriter, Hugo Sissons also experiments with photography and poetry. His work is inspired by feelings, experiences, and imagination.

His first EP ‘Autumn Leaves’ was written and recorded in 2014 as a 16-17 year old bright-eyed, daydreaming, & marks a time in his life when he was exploring new and exciting emotions, feelings and experiences. Since then he has released 2 further EPs, ‘One for Sorrow, Two for Joy’ & the latest ‘Bring Me Home’ both from 2016.

He also released an EP in 2015 with a friend, Carissa Corlett, called Amateur Astronomers, which they worked on together. That is on Bandcamp under the name ‘Amateur Astronomers’ as well as on Soundcloud.

His most played covers on Soundcloud are ‘I don’t Wanna Talk About It’ by Rod Stewart, and ‘Days Like This’ by Van Morrison.


Cover image used with permission.

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