Shelter launched themselves as a song-
May 2014, Shelter wrote, produced and released Andy Bell’s 3rd solo album ‘iPop’ which reached number 47 in the iTunes pop album charts. UK Godfather of British electro-
November 2014 Shelter released their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Emerge’
December 2014, Shelter supported Erasure at prestigious venues on their sell out Violet Flame tour. Performances included Manchester Apollo, Wolverhampton, Cologne, Dresden, Hamburg Berlin Arhus and culminated in a performance to over 7,500 fans at the legendary Tap1 venue in Copenhagen.
January 2015 Shelter wrote, produced and released ‘Connected’ featuring Neil Francis on vocals. Neil amassed over 20 million You Tube hits and national TV and press coverage for the ‘feel good’ Christmas spirit he generated when an entire platform full of passengers on the London Underground sang along to his rendition of Erasure’s ‘A Little Respect’.
July 2015, Shelter wrote, produced and released ‘With U’, a collaboration featuring Frankmusik on vocals. The single included remixes from legendary Grammy Award winning US DJ producer Dave Aude and reached number 9 in the UK Commercial Pop Club Charts.
August 2016 Shelter release 2nd Album ‘Ascend’ described by GNI Mag as ‘stunning’ and voted #3 in Modern Synthpop’s albums of 2016,
Sept 2018 Shelter Release 3rd Album ‘Soar’. The debut tracks from 'Soar' include 'Exhale' voted No1 in Niki Tylers Unsigned Pop Chart 2017 and 'Karma' voted No 2 most aired track in 2017 by Artefaktor Radio.
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Prior to 2012, Shelter released a retro-
Shelter are an unsigned UK based electronic duo consisting of Mark R Bebb (vocals) and Rob Bradley (synths). Their infectious song writing, production and live performances have gained them widespread recognition and growing support throughout the world.
Their signature retro electronic sound has been likened to acts such as Soft Cell, Erasure and the Pet Shop Boys. In addition to their solo work, Shelter have also written and produced collaboration tracks with a number of high profile artists including Erasure front man Andy Bell, Frankmusik, Celebrity Big Brother winner Alex Reid and Darren Day.
Shelter supported Erasure on their Violet Flame tour in 2014 and The Human League’s Red tour 2018.