Based in Leeds, West Yorkshire (UK), Derelict Daydream is the brainchild of self producing multi-soloist Graham Spence. Graham was only 4 years old when he played his first chords on a guitar and things have come a long way since then. To date he has produced 3 albums and been radio played in many states of the US including New York, California and Colorado, and in other countries such as France and Austria. He was hired by the BBC to play guitar parts for series 2 of ‘In The Flesh’ and also played a part in a reconstruction for BBC’s Crimewatch amongst other freelance engagements that he fits in around his music.
Derelict Daydream originally started out under the name of The Masked Musician, releasing 2 albums under that name, ‘1.618’ in 2007 and ‘Cold Blooded Innocence’ in 2008. 2015’s Personality Assassin is the first to use the Derelict Daydream name after a decision was taken for a name change as production of the album approached its end. The song Yesterday’s People was chosen to be the lead single from the album which along with the album, hit stores in February of this year. Yesterday’s People received a warm international reception from radio in several countries and even resulted in numerous requests through the official website (derelictdaydream.com) for signed autographs from fans. The song Animal Kingdom has been chosen as its follow up and will hit stores on Oct 6th.
SOURCE: Official Bio