Singer, songwriter, performer, composer, film maker and activist. With 23 solo albums behind him, Tim Arnold is a maverick artist whose work stretches the boundaries of imagination and defies genre and category. In recognition of his constant change of musical direction, Iggy Pop noted in an interview with NME that Tim’s music reminded him of David Bowie. Tim has last collaborated with Bowie and Kate Bush mentor, Lindsay Kemp. Their 2018 video single and live arts installation ‘What Love Would Want’ was inspired by the United Nations’ ‘He for She’ campaign for gender equality and has since sparked a movement for social and human rights in Europe and North America. Tim performs and speaks internationally gracing major stages, institutions and festivals and is an ambassador for international mental health organization The Creative Well. He also mentors young music creators. Tim began his career as frontman and songwriter of 90’s Britpop band Jocasta. His new multimedia project SUPER CONNECTED is a concept album, live band and feature length movie inspired by the humanity Vs. technology debate.