Ivan Campo (Adam, Ben, and Will) have been crafting their D.I.Y music for over a decade and have amassed a back catalogue of alternative folk-pop. Initially carving a name for themselves with a shelf's worth of EPs, the Manchester based trio have been seen at a range of festivals and venues across Europe.  

Their latest album 'Season of the King' was released in October of 2017  which features the singles 'The Bloodhound and the Fox', 'Could the Devil Be a Gentleman', and 'Crome Yellow'. Following on from the release, the band went on to play their 4th live session for Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music. 

The first single 'The Bloodhound and the Fox' tells the tale of the obsessive relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty. Inspired by the Arthur Conan Doyle stories, Adam (lead singer) comments "What I find most interesting is that they're the perfect match. Fuelled by the intense need of intellectual stimulation, it's a love/hate relationship between two unlikely characters which thrives through the continuos need for each other."