Josh Weller whose fortunes have taken him from the island of Borneo to the wilds of London where he now lives, is half English half Mauritian. Josh sings in a voice with the softness of Chet Baker and the fire of a young Elvis Costello. He writes Pop music with big choruses, grooving drumbeats, quirky hooks and wryly observational lyrics. His songs play like the idiosyncrasies, quirks and mannerisms of a script by Woody Allen. It’s catchy, it grooves like hip hop, but it’s written by Josh Weller, the young man casting a hawks eye on society and love and concluding that it’s ‘pretty fucking weird’. He looks like the result of a fight between Chet Baker and Fred Astaire in a Tim Burton movie and inhabits an utterly unique musical habitat; it abounds with exuberant narratives, witty one liners and a stark observation about his inner-neuroses on love and life. What comes out is Pop with great lyrics. A multi-instrumentalist, Josh Weller plays most parts in his songs himself and is at the beginning of a hugely promising career.