Known for his appealing vocal hooks, summer-laden melodies, as well as the shiny, smooth, pop production apparent throughout his tracks, Can Joseph Cook is certainly a pop musician from Tunbridge Wells, Kent in South-East Britain. Developing a flavor for music throughout his early teenagers, his curiosity was spurred on with the enthusiastic character of his dad, who made a decision to consider Cook to as much live gigs as he perhaps could. From shows by Vampire Weekend and MGMT to Everything, Everything, the displays soon motivated the young innovative to pencil his very own lyrics and write his very own songs. Over time teaching himself music creation essentials with MIDI systems and determining a specific audio palette for his function, he eventually released his initial EP, You Leap, I Run, on the web in 2015. Full of chart-single-worthy vigor, the discharge surpassed over one million channels, attracting the interest of Atlantic. After some sold-out displays across London and an appearance in the BBC Presenting stage on the Glastonbury Celebration, he shipped his second EP, Resistant Enough, through the summertime of 2015 via Atlantic. Critics had been shortly quick to annotate the youthful songwriter’s style, sketching comparisons to from Ruler Krule to Speaking Minds, and praised its affinity for fun, summertime pop anthems. The monitor “Seaside” specifically begun to receive popular airplay in both U.K. as well as the U.S., getting Cook a location on the SXSW celebration and a support slot machine for just one of his inspirations, Everything, Everything. This led to members of this band making remixes of a number of the monitors that appeared in the Resistant Enough EP. The next year, he surely got to focus on his 1st full-length work for Atlantic. The recording, entitled Nice Dreamer, premiered in early 2017 to high compliment among critics and followers as well, and was made by Make himself alongside Hugh Worskett (Birdy, Rae Morris) and Bombay Bike Club’s Jack port Steadman.