Jeremy Warmsley

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Jeremy Warmsley
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Jeremy Warmsley at the Night and Day Cafe, Manchester, in 2006
Background information
Origin London, England
Genres Indie, folktronica
Years active 2005–present
Labels Transgressive Records
Associated acts Summer Camp, Elizabeth Sankey

Jeremy Warmsley is a London-based musician & composer.


His musical style displays an electronica-influenced approach to melodic pop songwriting, first heard on debut single 'I Believe In The Way You Move' (July 2005), and further developed on his 'The Art Of Fiction' LP (October 2006). He toured the UK with Regina Spektor that year. In 2007 he did a Take-Away Show acoustic video session shot by Vincent Moon and toured with The Shins, Maps and I'm from Barcelona. His second album, "How We Became", co-produced by Markus Dravs, was released in the UK in September 2008, followed by a lengthy headline tour. A free-download single was announced for Valentine's Day 2009.

In 2008, Warmsley, along with Mystery Jets & Adem Ilhan, contributed the song "Grains of Sand" to the Survival International charity album Songs for Survival.

Since October 2009, Warmsley and his wife Elizabeth Sankey have recorded together as Summer Camp, releasing three albums on the Moshi Moshi label.[1]

In 2015, Warmsley composed the score for Charlie Lyne's second film, Fear Itself.[2]


Singles and EPs[edit]

See Summer Camp's page for their discography.



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