The Claze are four mates with a living faith from North Cornwall, their blues style folk music is a passionate narrative of faith in society matched with a deep sense of place.
Their debut album ‘Breathing People’ recorded in 2013 led to performances for BBC Cornwall, BBC London and BBC radio 2. The Claze have also featured regularly on BBC introducing.
The Claze single ‘Tulips & Coffee’ written for their best friend and in support of Macmillan Cancer Support went on to hit over 1m Twitter accounts and resulted in the band receiving the prestigious Douglas Macmillan award in June 2014.
Having recently returned from a mini tour to Belgium The Claze, known as one of Britain’s first social enterprise bands, are about to embark on their second album.