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But much to the chagrin of Ben Howard's PR, it takes four days to get hold of him.
The big winner at last week's Brit Awards, alongside Emeli Sandé, with two coveted Damien Hirst-designed gongs – one for Best British Male and the other for Best Breakthrough Artist – Howard, after spending three days in the pub with friends, promptly escaped to rural Ireland without a phone and has been there ever since.“After the Brits I put a couple of amps and five guitars in the car and drove here,” he says. It was nice to be involved and all that, but it's nice to be away from London and all the craziness.”You can't blame the 25-year-old – an unassuming, folk-influenced singer-songwriter from Devon who divides his time between music and surfing, and whose manner is more laid-back surfer dude than ambitious, posturing pop star – for escaping the craziness.
His reputation grew around Cornwall and Devon, and soon spread to other areas of the UK.
If you win one Brit Award – let alone two – you can be sure that people will be queuing up to speak to you.
He self-released his debut EP Games in the Dark (2008) followed by two more EPs, These Waters (2009) and Old Pine (2010). His major debut studio album came in 2011 titled Every Kingdom followed by two more EP releases, Ben Howard Live (2011) and The Burgh Island E. He performed at 2013 Glastonbury festival on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday 29 June.
Benjamin John "Ben" Howard (born 24 April 1987) is an English singer-songwriter. At the 2013 Brit Awards he received the Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist.
To have got to the point of walking on stage after making a record and seeing so many people is just unreal.” India’s recent tour across Canada, Australia and the US only adds to a long history of playing with Ben Howard.
They were friends as kids and have performed their folk-infused tunes at venues varying from Devon pubs to the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury.
I don't know why people like me, and I don't know if I want to know. I'd rather people not know a lot about me and go see ...
.” We’d all do well to heed the advice of cellist and singer-songwriter India Bourne, at least judging by her own post-York trajectory.