On the playlist: Arthur Walwin - All For You

Tuesday 11 December 2012, 11:08

Tom Young Tom Young Introducing online producer

Finding himself on the Radio 1 playlist this week is Arthur Walwin. His track All For You slots in alongside the likes of Muse, Frank Ocean and Jake Bugg and will be played by Radio 1's Fearne Cotton, Greg James and Dev.

Hear All For You below and spend a little time getting to know Arthur while you listen.

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Hometown: Arthur is an Essex based singer-songwriter who spends his time crafting pop and RnB tracks in his home recording studio where he self-produces the majority of his work.

Style: All For You, which features on his EP For One More Night, is unashamedly a pop ballad with Arthur's heart firmly on his sleeve throughout. It has a similar feel to the slower work of bands like Coldplay, You Me At Six and Paramore but Arthur's strong, passionate vocal is what sets it apart.

You need to know: Alongside numerous local gigs in the South, Arthur has supported Marcus Collins and Parade.

Supported by: All For You was played by BBC Introducing in Beds, Herts and Bucks at the start of November.

Find out more: Head to his official site for information on current releases and upcoming gigs.

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