Tommy Perman is an artist, designer and musician from Scotland who tries to blur the edges between these three disciplines by collaborating with other people. His most recent music releases are Music for the Moon and the Trees (2022, Blackford Hill) Sing the Gloaming (2020, Blackford Hill), Emergent Slow Arcs (2019, Fire Records) and Positive Interactions (2021) – a self-released album made entirely from happy sounds that can be purchased with a happy message. He won a BAFTA for co-creating an “emotional robot band” called Cybraphon which is now part of the permanent collection in the National Museum of Scotland. His visual design work has been seen across numerous high profile books, websites, record sleeves, and even projected on the Sydney Opera House. He co-runs a small record label called Blackford Hill with his friend Simon Lewin.
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