Australian Pop Singer Simon Astley's song 'London' was played at the Queens Diamond Jubilee in the UK.
As seen on TV on the Marngrook Footy Show in Australia & Late Night with Monica Price in the United Kingdom.
2020 was a huge year for Astley, with his song 'Sing It Now' reaching number 5 on the Australian Top 20, followed by a number 7 spot with his single 'Love for the City' - co written by Damien Leith.
After extensive touring over the last decade, both in Australia and Overseas, eclectic pop singer Simon Astley is continuing his run of success working alongside award winning Melbourne producer Sam Panetta (Kylie Minogue, Crowded House, Kisschasy).
Astley had his hit song 'London' played as part of the Queens Diamond Jubilee in the United Kingdom in 2012.
Jumping back and forth between Australia and the UK since 2011, Astley’s music has been influenced by the vastly different landscapes and experiences offered by these destinations in the UK. With a father from Birmingham and a signed record deal with UK record label Gotham Records, Astley naturally feels a tether between the UK and his home in Tasmania.
Astley has also been touring the USA too following his earlier overseas success, and whilst in New York he has been recording with award winning USA producer Ray Balconis.
Crafting most of his songs from his surroundings and travel experiences, Astley’s music also reflects his personal life and emotions, resulting in powerful, catchy tunes.
Astley has scored some big media attention, with TV appearances on the Marngrook Footy Show (Australia), Late Night with Monica Price (UK), The Real Sauce (UK), The Cath Vincent TV Show (NZ), & acting roles on Neighbours, Time of Our Lives, Underbelly, Oogies Popcorn TV Ad (USA), & Carlton Draught TV Ad (Australia).
Astley's new single 'Make It' is at Radio now.
"Simon Astley is a standout pop artist. One of the ones to watch."
- Ian Stedman, Wandsworth Magazine