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Ben Howard played on the main Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival 2013, on Saturday 29 June 2013, in which he played five tracks from Every Kingdom.He also played on the Other Stage during Glastonbury Festival 2015.
On the 26th of October I Forget Where We Were became number 26 in the UK Official Albums Chart.He released his second studio album, I Forget Where We Were, in October 2014. He was raised by musical parents who exposed him to their favourite records from singer-songwriter artists from the 1960s and 1970s at an early age, such as John Martyn, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell and Simon & Garfunkel, by whom he was strongly influenced.In an interview with American Songwriter, he stated that when he was a kid he started playing guitar because he liked to put words together and make stuff up. So your standard little love songs turned into your standard adolescent love songs.In 2012, Howard launched his music in America with Every Kingdom being released on 3 April 2012, and appearances at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Texas and a US tour confirmed.His song "Promise" was featured at the end of season 8, episode 12 of TV show House.He also compliments these unusual tunings by using a partial capo for many songs (Further Away, Everything, End of the Affair) in order to use harmonic or base notes otherwise unavailable.
The big winner at last week's Brit Awards, alongside Emeli Sandé, with two coveted Damien Hirst-designed gongs – one for Best British Male and the other for Best Breakthrough Artist – Howard, after spending three days in the pub with friends, promptly escaped to rural Ireland without a phone and has been there ever since.“After the Brits I put a couple of amps and five guitars in the car and drove here,” he says.
The second track from the EP, "Oats in the Water", was featured in Internment, the 5th episode in Season 4 of AMC's The Walking Dead, in the 1st episode in season 3 of Fox's The Following, and in the release trailer for the The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
In 2014, the song "Promise" from the album Every Kingdom featured in the USA Network drama, Suits Season 3 Episode 11, "Buried Secrets" along with The CW drama Reign Season 1 Episode 10, "Sacrifice".
Six months prior to completion of his course, Howard decided to focus on making music full-time, making melodic rootsy folk music, with progressively darker lyrics.
His reputation grew around Cornwall and Devon, and soon spread to other areas of the UK.
In 2014, Howard headlined the inaugural Somersault Festival, based in North Devon, with other artists such as Jack Johnson.