Nick Hudson is a singer songwriter from Brighton, England. He has performed across England, Scotland and Ireland; his music being described as ‘enthralling, sublime, intense, elegant and dramatic’. Ingenious, insightful and highly prolific, he has recorded 13 records since 2003, each one a haunting work of art. Between 2004 and 2006 he wrote and recorded seven records, part of a larger project known as 'The Phoenix Diaries'. 'The Elegy', the first in a trilogy of records about death, immolation and rebirth, and his first Kiddiepunk Records release, is an emotionally bare and intimate record that takes the listener on a transformative journey through internal archetypes; seeking refuge, light and hope. "It was written as a manifesto to dissuade myself from suicide", says Hudson of 'The Elegy'. "As a means of invoking some kind of light...distancing myself from the virulent and injurious behavioural patterns I'd documented in earlier songs". As well as being a published author, Nick Hudson’s music also appears in numerous experimental films by Aspen Michael Taylor, including the upcoming feature-length film 'The People Who Hate Life'.