Not content with saving lives, he’s only gone and penned one the brightest indie-pop albums so far this year. An album bursting with Belle and Sebastian-esque melody, craftsmanship reminiscent of Sufjan Stevens, but always maintaining a sound unmistakably his own: this is Sukhdeep Krishan – or Sukh to his friends. Sukh is here to provide the soundtrack to the summer hangover.

This is a collection of unassuming songs, repeated listens demonstrate layers and textures rarely found among his peers.

He is only in his early twenties, he’s a qualified doctor and this album, written, produced and performed by the man himself, will mark him out as a jack-of-all-trades, master of most of ‘em type artist.
Characterised by his raw voice and various guitar tunings, the album invites the listener into the inner world of his mind.

Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, video maker and Viktor Frankl quoting Mancunian.