CultDeep Record’s Lyricist Idyll.

Idyll is a lyricist that was born and bread in Brighton. Signed by CultDeep Records he has released songs with King Girl which encapsulate songs of guitar infused alternative Rap. He gained his love for music from his parents, they were Punks back in their bygone days. At just 4 years old he was gifted his first guitar which sparked his motivation to learn and create music.

Idyll’s latest 2021 release.

Being signed to CultDeep records it allows Idyll to meet and work with other Brighton based local talent. He is a huge fan of the both Brighton and Newcastle scenes with his main music inspiration coming from people he gets to work with.

“Writing songs is just as natural to me as someone else making a toastie”

As we approach to end of lockdown and hopefully a bit of normality with gigs starting out again, it sparks the question of who would be Idyll’s favourite artist to open for.

Opening for Mike Skinner would be idyll, his shows look insaaanee and he’s a proper vet, went on tour with a broken arm ‘n’ that, pure legend.

Idyll has a few projects that you should look out for in the future including some self produced songs steering away from what fans are usually used to. A track with Taff and Jamie Unknown is also in the works for Idyll which is an underground dance record and something that he is very excited for.

Idyll’s favourite release so far is a song called Apples & Pears by Idyll and King Girl, which he says “describes my sound down to a T.” Check it out below.

You can find Idyll on various social media platforms including Instagram, Spotify and Youtube.

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