The Musgraves Biography (Wikipedia)
The Musgraves are a British roots-pop band. The band consists of Matthew Bennett (vocals, guitars, banjo, mandolin, ukulele), Matt Foundling (piano, keyboards, vocals), Tom Farnell Jr (drums, percussion), and Lesley-Marie Turner (violin, ukulele, glockenspiel, vocals). The band is based in Birmingham, England, with members from Wolverhampton, Hull and Birmingham.
The band gained popularity in 2011 with their EP Lost In Familiarity, featuring four songs: "So Sofia"; "Back To Me"; "Discover Me"; and "Fortune Teller". "So Sofia" won support from BBC 6Music and was first played by Tom Robinson. It also won praise from Q Magazine and was featured as a 'Q The Music Track of the Day'.
An instrumental version of "Discover Me" was used as the sound bed for the BT (British Telecom) Wedding, part of a television advertising campaign that followed a fictional couple from their initial meeting through to their wedding day. The Wedding advert premiered during 'Britain’s Got Talent' a week before the official wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. They then appeared on BBC WM Introducing.
The Musgraves Tracks