Josh Pyke born 18 December is an Australian singer-songwriter and musician. Josh Pyke was in his first band by age 12 and played his first performance in front of parents and students at his primary school graduation. Playing guitar and initial song writing efforts came aged Despite his aptitude for song writing and performance, he stayed 'under the radar' throughout his high school years at Fort Street High School. In , Pyke spent a month in New York, writing and performing before touring the UK for the first time in support of Feeding the Wolves. In October , Pyke's second studio album Chimney's Afire was released.
Most played songs
As picked by the jam community, 2011–2015
There was a hell of a lot of songs that I had to cut out and they are ones that I still consider fantastic songs so I decided to chuck in a Honorable Mention section to highlight ten other songs in no order :. An upbeat track that keeps you tapping along, Feet Of Clay keeps you interested with an interesting lyrical story told and helps to solidify the back half of the album and keep the amazing run of tracks going in the middle of the album. Reaching 79 on the Hottest also shows just how much fans love this track as well. A great track to sing along with, this track does its job perfectly to get you excited for the rest of the album and still be an entertaining track.
Fast forward to , and Pyke has well-and-truly taken heed of his own advice. Longevity in music is a rare beast, but Pyke has proved that timeless songwriting trumps all. Evocative, intelligent lyrics are his calling card, and his canny melodies are as accessible as they are intricate. Pyke has become a master at balancing both joy and melancholy, and his reflections on the ebb and flow of time manage to evoke nostalgia without being overly sentimental.
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