Autoheart are singer Jody Gadsden, Simon Neilson on keys and Barney JC on guitars. Having bonded over a shared love of 70's folk, 80's synth pop and 90's torch-song balladeers, their first single 'Sailor Song' quickly caught the attention of DJs Marc Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie, who invited the band to perform live on their Radio 2 show. The 200,000 plus views that song has now had on YouTube was followed by a critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Punch’ and a live residency at the Lexington where they co-starred with other breakthrough acts including Fiona Bevan. Offbeat love song ‘Moscow' gained the attention of Stephen Fry for its proud message of support to the Russian LGBT community - and quickly gained more than 150,000 YouTube views. In May 2014, the band released ‘DEMOS’ - a collection of unreleased b-sides and rarities, and then headed back to the studio to write and produce a worthy follow up. ‘We Can Build A Fire’ is the much anticipated result.