I play the ukulele, piano and guitar... and I write my own songs



I play the ukulele, piano and guitar... and I write my own songs

Variations on a kids TV theme


I love children’s TV. I watched a lot of cartoons and shows when I was young and now I’ve started watching cartoons with my nephew, I’ve found myself revisiting some classics. A lot of the nostalgia for me lies in the theme tunes. The songs that we heard every Saturday morning that got stuck in…

I Am Falling


This was the second song I wrote on the ukulele, back when I was about 17.

Open mic night at The Actress and Bishop


I recently played an open mic night at The Actress and Bishop in Birmingham. This is the footage.

Easter Song


An easter song I wrote with my good friend Laura.

Taking it all the wrong way


I rarely write songs that are autobiographical or true, but this one is. Kind of. A little bit. I often get very paranoid and over analyse the slightest of compliments, so that’s what my latest song is about. Enjoy!

Girl of my dreams


If my imagination creates the perfect girl for me, then how can anyone in real life compete? That’s what this song is about.

A Love Song (good enough for you)


This is, at the time of writing, the first and only love song I’ve ever written. I’d tried many times, but never been able to write a decent love song that was worthy of singing to a girl, but I always ended up making them silly or adding loads of jokes. So in the end…

Drop The Calories


This year’s festive tune is a parody of Stop the Cavalry (by Jona Lewie) all about eating too much over Christmas. I had so much fun filming this with Mike, Laura and Shannon. A lot of it was improvised on the day. And yes, it was very cold lying in the snow, but I really…

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Jackie (parody of Happy)


A parody of Happy by Pharrell Williams about the Doctor Who character Jackie Tyler.

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700 years (parody of 7 Years)


A Doctor Who themed parody of 7 Years by Lukas Graham.

Hard To Get


I wrote this during my lunch break at work because I’d just bought a new ukulele and wanted to try it out. The song is based on one of my favourite Morecambe and Wise jokes – “She played hard to get y’know… married another fella.”

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Where’s Commander Strax (parody)


This was originally going to be about everyone’s favourite Sontaran warrior/nurse/butler, Strax from Doctor Who, but I realised it sounded a lot like Where’s Captain Kirk by Spizzenergi (although I focused more on the R.E.M. version) so I decided to make it a parody instead.