In July 2021, Glaswegian indie/alternative singer-songwriter Crawford Mack featured on TV on BBC Scotland’s ‘The Edit’ following the release of a series of singles across the year. The series included the single ‘Hope Street’ – a track about the iconic street running through Mack’s hometown.

The singles, which have been released every six weeks since January will be assembled with other tracks to form Crawford’s second album ‘Twenty20wan’, following on from Mack’s October 2020 debut album ‘Bread & Circuses’.

Mack grew up in Aberdeen and Glasgow, moving to London to study jazz at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

Over the last four years Mack and his band have supported Tom Walker, The Paper Kites, Damien Dempsey and Into The Ark at venues including King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, SWG3, and St. Luke’s in Glasgow, The Islington Assembly Hall in London and the O2 Academy Liverpool. Mack has also headlined his own shows at King Tut’s in Glasgow, and The Bedford, Servant’s Jazz Quarters and The Water Rats in London.

His music has received media coverage from BBC Radio 6 Music, The Quay Sessions, The Afternoon Show, Roddy Hart, Iain Anderson, Amazing Radio, The Scotsman, Songwriter Magazine, Sofar Sounds, God Is In The TV, XS Noize, The Vinyl District and The Sun.