Unsigned music artist Terry Guy is from south-east London Peckham. He began composing music on the piano aged 14, which led to song writing after finishing music diploma at Access to Music, in various studios for the last 10 years. His song writing fuses Indiepop, Industrial, Rockabilly, Blues Rock and Folk into dramatic, emotive style reminiscent of some of his musical influences such as PJ Harvey, Sinead O’ Conner, Hole, Tori Amos, Skunk, Anansie and Chris Isaak.
Vocally Terry has been compared to Micheal Stripe. Tracy Chapman and Brian Molko, whilst he sings about homophobia, domestic abuse, alcoholism, media pressure on women and the 2011 London Riots on songs from his upcoming debut E.P. “Bring On the Fire.” His first single “I don’t Love Nobody Anymore,” was released on ITunes PlayStore and other online stores in 2015.

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