BACHE is a folk-pop band hailing from Cornwall. The band was formed around the songs written by Cornish singer/songwriter Andrew Bache and now features Phil Brown on Drums and Adam Sparks on Bass. BACHE is known for their upbeat and fun stage presence and their ability to have a room up on their feet and singing along to songs they have never heard before as well as putting their spin on well known songs. Their rapport with audiences is what they are remembered for alongside their quirky, sometimes explicit lyrics.
BACHE write songs about things that we all think and feel but don’t alwayssay out loud. Whether this is through upbeat lighthearted songs, about the things you would like to say to that friend who ‘is a bit of a dick’ or why you shouldn’t talk your ex, to slower more heartfelt songs, about love that’s lost and raising a glass to the future, the lyrics all have a relatable and meaningful story.
BACHE receives regular airplay on local radio stations including a number of songs played on BBC Introducing. His debut single ‘Raise A Glass’ received airplay all across the UK and an open mic tour in November 2015 saw him play at a number of amazing music venues across the UK which led to a full UK tour during the summer of 2016 to promote the ‘Brighter Skies’ EP.
The summer tour saw BACHE play at a number of high profile festivals such as Boardmasters & Bristol Balloon Fiesta as well playing at venues such as The Roadhouse in Birmingham and Alley Cat in London.
BACHE is currently in the studio finishing off their debut album which will be released in the early part of 2017.