ABOUT THE ARTIST
Small town born and fled, Joshua ‘SATCH’ Satchell migrated to Brighton in 2013 to pursue his songwriting career. Meeting his ‘collabobrother’ Will Nash, they formed the band ‘Frankie Furlow’, whose short lived existence brought them to stages at festivals such as Glastonbury, tours across Europe, and writing trips to Nashville. Simultaneously, the young wordsmith began co-writing with artists and producers in the US, UK and Europe. Inspired by helping others to tell their stories, and bored of hearing unqualified voices misrepresenting transgender tales, he decided it was time to tell his own.
The result was his debut album “Present In The Post”, set for release in summer 2023. With lyrical candor, genre-queer arrangements, and a harmony-driven band of talented friends, SATCH is not only sonically connecting with the marginalized, leaving them feeling less alone, but imploring they share their own stories too.
SATCH isn't a project aiming to change the music industry. SATCH is a project aiming to change the world.
“Satch is one of the most impressive new singer-songwriters of this year. He speaks from the heart and stands out from the crowd”
-Jacqui Swift, Music Editor, Something for the Weekend, The Sun
THE SONG SATCHELL
The Song Satchell is a consistently irregular newsletter written by Satch about all things songwriting. Lyrics, Prosody, Song Craft and Creative Process: If you're somebody who loves songwriting, or hates it but just has to do it anyway, pop your email in to join the songwriting nerd party.