Crawford Mack’s year opened with the launch of 'Skye', a track recorded at the same time as his 2020 debut album Bread & Circuses. Thereafter 'The Art of Losing You' and ‘Hope Street’ marked the beginning of a new phase of work, releasing singles every six weeks throughout 2021. His latest single ‘Kicks’ draws on the spirit of the indie party anthems he loved growing up
Mack grew up in Glasgow, eventually studying jazz at The Guildhall School in London. Mack has played with a range of musicians on varied projects, from jazz through rock to electronic, classical and folk music, experiences which distilled into his own indie/alternative sound. He’s supported Tom Walker, The Paper Kites and Damien Dempsey at venues including King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, SWG3, and St. Luke's in Glasgow, The Islington Assembly Hall in London and the O2 Academy Liverpool. Mack has also headlined his own shows at King Tut’s, The Bedford, Servant’s Jazz Quarters and The Water Rats
Mack’s work has found friends and supporters in BBC Radio 6 Music, The Quay Sessions, BBC Scotland’s The Edit, Amazing Radio, The Scotsman, Songwriter Magazine, God Is In The TV, The Vinyl District and The Sun.
“Mack manages to blend sophistication with a knack for penning an effortlessly enjoyable melody” - The Scotsman
“Bread & Circuses… shows off just how comfortable he [Mack] is moving across genres, always held together via his singer-songwriter soul” - Songwriter Magazine