Callum Pit “Forgotten Kids”

“Forgotten Kids” is a lighthearted song that starts off with a melody that instantly catches the attention of any listener. The  lead singer’s laid back voice, along with the head-bobbing and toe-tapping backing vocals, bring back memories of simpler times. This is a song that makes you want to put on headphones and just dance around your basement to. By the time the bridge hits, the listener is emotionally invested in the song and anyone would be swaying to the beat as the music comes back harder than before, finishing strongly and leaving you wanting more.

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Callum Pitt combines finger-picked folk riffs with a stunning falsetto voice and rich harmonies. Callum’s 2017 debut, “You’d Better Sell It While You Can”, brought with it immediate industry attention, piqued further by widespread coverage of Callum’s follow up releases in blogs like DIY, Dork and Crack In The Road. Subsequent releases “Least He’s Happy” and “Rabbits” landed on Spotify’s coveted ‘New Music Friday’ playlists across Europe, with the latter track receiving radio play from BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6Music. Callum has also steadily built his live following with support slots for Meadowlark, Dan Owen, isaac gracie, and The Pale White, as well as a slot at Selfridges’ Music Matters gig series in London. This string of live shows culminated in selling out his first headline show in November 2017 in just 5 days at Newcastle’s historic Mining Institute. 2018 continued in much the same fashion for Callum with releases ‘Happiness’ and ‘Away From the Rousing Parades’ making it onto European ‘New Music Friday’ playlists. 2019 promises to be an important year for Callum -having secured festival slots at The Great Escape, Deer Shed and This Is Tomorrow already, things are shaping up nicely on the live side just as Callum approaches his first full length release. With over 2 million Spotify plays to date, Callum has set a high bar for this release!

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