Dom Coyote is a singer/songwriter, producer, writer and theatre-maker. He has worked extensively with acclaimed theatre company Kneehigh theatre, touring the UK, USA and South America, as well as creating his own brand of rhythmic, alternative folk-hop, with his band, Dom Coyote and Other Stories. Dom is currently writing his debut solo album, incorporating his love of low fi folk music with subtle electronics and other-worldly imagery. He is obsessed with with dystopian fiction and surrealism, with inspiration as far reaching as Ray Bradbury, Cormac McCarthy and Ursula. K. Leguin. Dom is also an associate artist with Battersea Arts Centre and was given the Jim Marcovitch award for theatre and music in 2009. Through this, he has begun to create an ambitious multi-disciplinary project, The Raun Tree. The project is a piece of theatre, a concept gig, and radio play, based around a fantastical journey into the bowels of an old tree. He will be performing a host of festivals this summer, as well as hosting Folk in a Box, a one to one music experience, at venues such as Battersea Arts Centre and The Southbank Centre to name a few.