The World Of doogle.

doogle. first picked up the boilersuit in 2022, with the release of his first single bugbites. 5 singles an EP and an Album later, he is quickly becoming one of the North’s top independent talents.

doogle. started as a solo project, but during 2023, bassist Harrison Hughes-Jones and drummer Aidan Phillis donned matching boiler suits to take doogle to new heights as a full band.

Playing venues such as Manchester Academy 3, Parish and The Grayston Unity, things have prospered and developed for doogle. With the release of his debut EP and a sell out ALbum Release Party, things are shaping up to be a big year for doogle, and things can only get bigger.


After speaking to a homeless busker in High Wycombe, doogle. started by busking on the streets of Huddersfield, Halifax and Hebden bridge.

After growing tired of being moved on every 10 seconds, he started playing local open mics, namely the Northern Quarter open mic and Acoustic night at the sportsman.

NQ Huddersfield


Halifax Streets



The sounds of doogle., take inspiration from many places, namely bands like Belle and Sebastian, Frank Turner and Seb Lowe. However, he listens to a wide range of genres like indie, folk and midwestern emo to pull inspiration.

It’s hard to pin doogle. to one single genre, so we didn’t! Here are the four genres most asociated with that doogley sound: