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Tom Cane

Before acquiring fame being a writer and featured vocalist on several hit drum’n’bass singles, Uk singer Tom Cane (born Tom Havelock) was the frontman for Oxford alternative rockers Psychid, which he previously formed beneath the name the entire Monty with fellow students while at university there. The music group supported Radiohead as well as the Electric powered Soft Parade and released a critically acclaimed eponymous record on BMG before splitting in 2006. Havelock after that shaped the electro pop duo Hook & the Twin with Psychid drummer Marcus Efstratiou; their debut album NEVER Ever premiered in 2013. Havelock was also an achieved cellist, playing on albums by Tom McRae as well as the Cool Specks. In 2011, Havelock followed the stage name Tom Cane and released a career being a songwriter, focusing on strike tracks by Sub Concentrate, Matrix & Futurebound, and Cheryl Cole, for whose third record, A Million Lighting, he co-wrote the name monitor. He also co-wrote and made an appearance like a presented vocalist on the string of strike singles including “During the night” by Drumsound & Bassline Smith, “Liberate” by Eric Prydz, and “Fifty percent Light” by Wilkinson, the final providing him his best success to day like a performer when it peaked at quantity 25 around the U.K. singles graph.

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