“Fuzzy’s voice is like something you heard in a dream, truly original.”
Corinne Bailey Rae

Fuzzy Jones is an independent, award winning Alt-Pop-Folk music maker based in Leeds, UK. Fuzzy crafts powerful, but Playful-Protest songs for the 21st Century.

“I like to describe my music as a tea party with Joni Mitchell and David Bowie, where we sit plotting small revolutions! I’m an activist, who is trying to change the world one song at a time. My songs are about climate change, capitalism, mental health and inequality. Stuff makes me mad, so I write about it. It’s very therapeutic. You can follow my activism with my hashtag #UpriseWithMe on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.”

“I’m influenced by all kinds of stuff and all kinds of music, but mainly David Bowie, Serge Gainsbourg and Joni Mitchell, obvs!”

Some lovely quotes…

“That was Fuzzy Jones, new and rather good!” Gideon Coe (BBC 6 Music)

“Fuzzy Jones is a West Yorkshire legend!” Alan Raw (BBC Introducing)

“Her music is cool, effortless and catchy.” Heather Peace (Diva Magazine)

Recent Releases

Plastic Tide Artwork

Radio Play

My music has been played on Stuart Maconie’s ‘Freak Zone’, Gideon Coe -BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, BBC Radio Leeds, York, Manchester & Lincolnshire, Radio DIVA, Folk Radio UK, East Leeds FM and many more.

Current Fuzzy Projects

At the moment I’m writing and illustrating a ukulele songbook for children and their parents, about climate change and I’m also working on a homegrown EP. Recorded from the comfort of my sofa! Watch this space!

Awards and Residencies

Swans‘ won ‘Best Song’ at London Screenwriters’ Festival in February 2014. It was featured in the first crowdsourced feature film, 50 Kisses.

Brighter Sounds Both Sides Now residency, with Beth Orton in March 2019.

Semi-finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest in 2013 and 2017.

Building a studio called ATA

In 2007 I founded a band called Love of the Brave, with my former co-writer Neil Innes. We then went on to build an analogue studio in Leeds, which we named ATA (All Things Analogue). It’s now an ace record label run by Neil and Pete. Check out the link!

We housed vintage equipment from the 1960s and 1970s, plus an 1894 Beckstein piano, with no legs, which was rescued from a warehouse.

We built the studio on a shoe string and from this came our first set of studio recordings – a self-titled concept album, Love of the Brave. We recorded it on ex-Soviet Union microphones, discarded BBC tape and the same make and model of tape machine that ‘The White Album’ was recorded on. Wow!

In this sanctuary we wrote and recorded a catalogue of music ranging from Funk-Rock to Psychedelic Folk.

For more info on Love of the Brave go to Projects.

Thanks for dropping by. Enjoy the music!

Peas and love,