Iain Mundy is a young Scottish
singer/songwriter. He was born in Edinburgh and grew up in the
Scottish countryside, starting his music career at a young age as a
trumpet and cornet player in local brass bands throughout his school
He took this a step further, and
graduated with a degree in music from the Royal Northern College of
Music in Manchester in 2015, where he studied trumpet and
composition. After this, however, he decided to go in a different
musical direction, and pursue a career performing his own songs.
His début single "Don’t Let
the Dream Die" was released in November 2016 through indie label,
Wobbly Music, to help raise money for Scottish Independence.
After moving to Glasgow in April
2017, Iain returned to Wobbly Music to begin work with producer, Lynn
Monk, on his first-released EP “The Tide” for release in July
The Tide represents Iain’s
best work to date. Exemplifying his musical style with catchy
melodies, tight harmonies and well-tailored musical arrangments with
pop, acoustic rock, and Celtic influences.
tones, relatable anecdotes, and varied set-list of indie, pop, and
folk blend effortlessly into the ideal relaxed pub soundtrack."
Jason Menzies - Holmes Mill, Clitheroe