Auld make post punky, electronic, indie pop.

They released their debut album 'Mainstream Music' in 2019. Since then, they have been gigging around the UK and Ireland (until the lockdown) Their biggest show to date was at the Union Chapel in Islington.

Thom is the founder and creator of Auld, but he now gets lots of help from several amazing musicians with both writing and recording. They mix and master and do everything themselves.

After the release of their debut album 'Mainstream Music' Auld left London in June last year with no money and a heavy heart for some countryside isolation and some of that good old soul searching.

6 months spent working as a gardener and volunteering at an animal Sanctuary inspired Auld to write 'Plant Music'

Plant Music is Auld's second album. It explores doubt and indecisiveness in a world of people that seem so very sure of themselves and their opinions at all times.

But also it's an album about coming to terms with what you think is right and having the confidence to stand up in what you believe in even if you do face strong disagreement and

A lot of the songs on Plant Music deal with spreading the vegan message whilst trying not to be judgmental or patronising. A lot of artists are talking about climate change and the importance of a vegan diet (which is great), but not many artists are talking about the moral side of eating and using animal products when we know we don't have to. It's still seen as a silly argument or a 'hippy' way of life in a lot of the mainstream. Soooo Auld are here to change that.

Auld are available for: Gig bookings