During his younger years, the “Passport Home” singer taught himself how to play the guitar and began exploring other genres of music, finding himself listening and aspiring to Bob Marley, which explains his style nowadays with his dreadlocks, goatee and Rasta-hat. After discovering the world of soul he dove in and started writing some of his own songs, themed around romance with a strong sense of emotion mix with his colloquial lyrical content.
Meet the Derbyshire born singer/songwriter Casey Lowry. Now based in London, Lowry started to make a name for himself last year with the release of his singles ‘Trampoline’ and ‘Me & ‘You’ and his following EP ‘Beach Blue’. Growing up with music in his life, Lowry always knew that someday he wanted to pursue a musical career but it wasn’t until he went to see one of his favourite bands which finally gave him a kick towards starting something for himself. Now, with over a million streams on Spotify, Casey is this year's one to watch.
From floor to wall to ceiling Song has dressed his home in leafy greens and vibrant looking plants forming what is essentially an urban jungle. Aside from his plant collecting hobby which has drawn the most attention, Song’s personal career isn’t far from what you’d expect of someone of his nature, he runs an online vintage retailer of rare collectables - the Bureau of Interior Affairs.
Our way of showing you the real Idle, behind the scenes of projects and an insight into the people who make Idle. There is good work that goes undocumented. We start our first feature with Rob, the lead buyer of The Idle Man.