THEO ALTIERI – ‘Little Fun’ – Single release

Following a limited edition run of 7” vinyl last year for his release ‘Get Along’,  Swindon based Theo Altieri is set to release his new single ‘Little Fun’ on 8th June 2015.  ‘Little Fun’ is a catchy slice of summertime indie-pop featuring gritty sounding guitars, punky chords and bold, cocky drums.

https://soundcloud.com/theoaltieri/little-fun-1

This talented teenage singer-songwriter has already received heavy radio support from BBC Introducing and is also a firm favourite of Amazing Radio, having been previously awarded Best Unsigned Male Artist. Altieri also recently celebrated his 18th birthday not long after being selected out of 6000 entries for Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent long-list.

In his own words, Altieri says the inspiration for ‘Little Fun’ happened after “…listening to Beck’s “Odelay” album for the first time.  I woke up and started writing with a less “particular” head on. Also I had just watched a documentary about dodgy narcotics in other countries and felt the song was just about everyone seeking fun in one way or another.”

Citing influences which range from The Jam, Arctic MonkeysBeck and Mac DeMarco, Altieri and his three-piece band have already played live alongside the likes of George Ezra and Babyshambles, whilst also recently signing a publishing deal with Warner/ Chappell Music.

You can catch Theo Altieri playing live on :

April 30th 2015 – Mr Wolfs – Bristol

May 12th 2015- Club Fandango @ Shacklewell Arms – Dalston

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THEO ALTIERI PLEASE VISIT:

https://twitter.com/TheoAltieriUK

https://www.facebook.com/TheoAltieriMusic/

http://www.theoaltieri.com/

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