David Hurn is a singer and songwriter from East London, who has been active as a performer and recording artist since the late 1990s.
His debut solo single ‘Sick Of Hate’ was released in 1999 on Day Release records. This was followed by the full-length albums ‘He was a Woman’ and ‘The Beautiful Trustful Future’, as well as the acclaimed ‘No Love’ EP, which were all released by Fire Records between 2002 and 2008.
In 2005 the single ‘I’m Spending Christmas With Jesus This Year’ was described by the Western Mail as ‘probably the most tragic xmas song ever produced’.
In 2010 a collection of David’s instrumental works, entitled ‘Black Flowers’ was released on the Trace Recordings label.
David has performed mainly in the UK, but also in Germany, USA, and Poland, where he has toured extensively.
He has been personally invited to support performers such as Mark Eitzel, British Sea Power and Tim Bowness.
David has also performed at SXSW festival in Texas, recorded a number of sessions for BBC Radio, and composed music for a series of short experimental films. Currently collaborating with Ingrid Chavez, and recording his fourth albums of songs, David is also a founder member of the free improvisation
Four Seasons Television.
An instrumental EP entitled 'The Glaze' was released in August 2013.
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