Pete Greenwood started playing guitar in pubs in South London, began singing, and then attended Goldsmiths, University of London for a degree in music. Encouraged by his professor Pete Astor, he wrote his first two songs there – “Any Given Day” and “Bats Over Barstow”. Mojave 3 invited him on tour and he came back to a record deal with Heavenly Recordings. The album ‘’Sirens” resulted, earning him four stars and Debut of the Month August 2008 in Uncut Magazine. “Sirens” also made UNCUT’s Top 50 list for 2008 year. Greenwood later joined The See See - a London-based psychedelic pop supergroup - who were handpicked to support The Raconteurs and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Noel Gallagher cited Pete Greenwood's track "The 88" in his Perfect Playlists for Q Magazine in 2013, voting the track his "Song Of The Year" stating he wished he'd written it.  The track was released as a limited edition split 7" single with Doves Toured USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, UK. Greenwood suffered a severe hand injury post-recording his follow up album "Beauceron" which led to stepping away from the professional stage for 18 months. New music and a tour is expected in 2015.