Born and raised in the Channel Island of Jersey, Maximilian Feighan’s love of music blossomed in his teenage years after digging through bargain bins in local record shops, and forming bands on the small island. Compelled to spread his wings, he relocated to Brighton to immerse himself in the city’s fertile grassroots scene, and has remained there ever since.
Sometimes performing solo, sometimes backed by a 6-piece band, Maximilian has shared stages and collaborated with many Brighton mainstays such as Porchlight, Ellis-D, Hutch, Martha Eve and Flip Top Head, also achieved notable support slots for the likes of Naima Bock and Junior Brother.
Releasing debut single ‘For Now’ and it’s follow-up ‘Kill Time’ last autumn via South London independent label Mango Wax Records - founded by folk artist Lando Manning alongside Tim Harper of cult Camberwell record shop Dash The Henge - Maximilian has garnered support from indie press outlets like Still Listening and Hard of Hearing.
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