Playing tracks by
ED HARCOURT and Leo Abrahams.
James Hodder is joined in the studio by Leo Abrahams who discusses his new mini-album 'Zero Sum'. Leo first picked up the guitar at the age of 7 and went on to study at the Royal Academy where his knowledge of musical composition flourished. A chance phone call later landed Leo a UK tour with Imogen Heap, which then began his career as a session guitarist for artists such as Brian Eno, David Holmes and Nick Cave. Highlights of Leo's career include conducting the Abbey Road orchestra for 2003 album from Starsailor Silence is Easy, co-writing the music for Peter Jackson's 2009 film The Lovely Bones, and Steve McQueens award-winning Hunger.