I Am Kloot’s singer songwriter, John Bramwell, is a well respected musician and lyricist.
There’s many of his songs that even the most hard hearted of bastards wouldn’t be able to stop welling up at.
You can claim you’ve something in your eye, but you aren’t kidding anyone mate.
In 2010 – it’s now common knowledge – their album “Sky At Night” (produced by Guy Garvey an old friend of Bramwell) had a Mercury Prize nomination.
But, well before any of that, and even before I Am Kloot emerged from Manchester in 1999, John was out on the gigging circuit as Johnny Dangerously, something he still loves to do now.
I thought it was only right I ask him why he sometimes likes to perform, without the security blanket of I Am Kloot, on the tickets.