Brash Isaac is a Belfast based band led by singer/songwriter Andrew Cameron. Originally from the seaside town of Killyleagh, Cameron combines heartfelt songwriting with a mixture of rock & pop to create an Americana influenced, alternative sound.

First grabbing attention with the infectious alt-rock of debut single 'In The Dark', Brash Isaac has continued to make waves in the Irish music scene & beyond. The band has lit up stages around Ireland, including iconic venues like The Empire Music Hall, Whelans & The Limelight.

In 2017 Andrew brought his music to a wider stage, solo touring extensively around the UK & mainland Europe in September & November, not forgetting a quick jaunt stateside for a Sofar Sounds NYC show in the iconic Greenwich Village area in March. 2018 has seen the band playing local festivals & gigs, honing their sound, whilst working hard on the creation of their debut album.

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Andrew Cameron plays guitar (to the best of his ability) & sings.

Christopher McKay also plays guitar (but better).

Michael Wilson plays (slaps, if you ask) bass.

And second Michael (Henderson) hits the drums.

Usually they are joined by the wonderful
Beulah Kim on backing vocals (sweet, sweet harmonies).

Here is what some notable people have to say about Brash Isaac:

Brash Isaac sounds built for big thingsBBC RADIO ULSTER

Earworming, FM- friendly alt-folk. THE THIN AIR

Brash Isaac's music is like Shloer - grown-up pop. THE METAPHORICAL BOAT

As good as it gets, setting the bar pretty high for whatever else is to come. CHORDBLOSSOM

Off-kilter pop music. BBC ACROSS THE LINE

I found his vocals to be a mix between James Bay and Thom Yorke; it sounds like a strange combination but it worked flawlessly.  GIGGING NI