S J Denney is a UK-based singer-songwriter. He started out as a choir boy and then learnt to play the clarinet. In his early teens, he fell in love with rock music, after stumbling upon vinyl copies of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ and Neil Young’s ‘Harvest’. These two records are still amongst his favourites. Other notable influences include Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, Talk Talk, Paul Weller and Jeff Buckley.
‘The Trouble With Me EP’ is S J Denney’s latest release. Like all of Denney’s recent records, the EP was self-produced and features a vast array of instruments.
Denney has more music scheduled for release, which he cannot wait to share with the world.
‘He’s got the edge that can rarely be captured on stage. S J Denney’s music is meant to be in the spotlight and will only move forward from here on out.’ – LIVAMP
‘I can definitely hear how Noel Gallagher has been a major influence, but S J still makes his music his own. The details within his writing definitely make his music stand out; especially with his vocal style.’ – My Random Jukebox
‘It’s hard not to find yourself smiling along to Denney’s uniquely nostalgic melodies.’ Find No Enemy
‘S J is someone who has always had a great way with words and knows how to craft details in his stories to grab the listener’s attention. But a story is only as good as its narrator, and his voice compliments his words perfectly.’ – The Appetizer Radio Show
‘Keep an eye on S J Denney, Hs is going to quickly rise up and it won’t be a shock. This talented musician is making music for anyone to relate to and enjoy, the music he provides is addicting and loving’ – Ace of Swords
‘If you’re looking for something new and exciting, then you need to check out S J Denney. His powerhouse vocals and catchy melodies will stay with you long after he ends his last words.’ – Music City Pulse
‘With his passion for picture painting lyricism and his natural musical talent, S J Denney is set to make waves in the industry and leave a lasting impact on the world of music.’ – Plastic Magazine