Mixing classic piano balladry with heartfelt storytelling, British singer-songwriter Benedict Cork’s music has found an audience both at home and abroad. After launching a headline residency at London’s famed Fiction Studios last year, Benedict toured with Duncan Laurence across Europe, supported Brit Award winner Tom Walker, Grammy nominated Emily King and performed alongside Stevie Wonder and Lionel Richie at the British Summertime Festival.
He’s spent the past few years penning a series of EPs; ‘Piano Tapes’ (2018), ‘Letters To Strangers’ (2019), and now ‘Piano Tapes Volume II’ (2020) which have garnered praise from Billboard ‘devastatingly beautiful,’ Clash Magazine ‘an artist unafraid to let his emotions pour out on record’ and Elton John, who called Benedict ‘sensational’ and ‘a name to look out for.’
'Hollywood' - the first track to be taken from 'Piano Tapes Volume II' - was released in June. This was followed month on month by each EP track; 'One Last Song' in July, 'Growing Pains' in August, and 'Choices' and 'Wild One' in September.