Northern-Ireland born, Yorkshire-raised, London-resident Owen Duff sings, plays piano, guitar, ukulele and drums; writes, records, produces and makes videos.
He released ‘A Tunnel Closing in’ in 2006, ‘The Stop-Gap E.P.’ in 2008, *didn’t* release the album ‘Twenty Two Minutes, Four Weeks’ in 2009, and in 2010 released the ‘Under' E.P.’ along with two music videos.
During 2011 Owen re-recorded six of the songs from ‘Twenty Two Minutes, Four Weeks’ and started hiding copies of them on CDs in locations around London, filming each one. Friends and fans in other countries got involved and the result was the music video for 'The Race', which accompanied the launch of Owen's fourth EP 'Realityicide' at the end of 2011.
Owen has performed live around the UK at various festivals and venues such as London's iconic Bush Hall and Manchester Academy, as well as curating his own show to mark the completion of 'Twenty Two Minutes, Four Weeks' at the Rivington Gallery in Shoreditch. He has supported acts including the Hidden Cameras and Scott Matthew.
His songs have featured in the independent Canadian film "Thirteen Downs" and upcoming drama "The Falls".