Jamie Campbell Bower is known to fans both in England and North America for his acting but he is also starting to become known with music fans for his love of music which he recently shared during an interview with "Hunger" magazine.
The gorgeous looking entertainer revealed that he had been trying to form a music group for an extended period of time and it was not going very well prior to the formation of "The Darling Buds" which is comprised of a friend who he has known since he was a child, Tristan, and two other members whom he met over the years, Dan and Roland.
Fans and social media entertainment observers find it fascinating that this actor who has developed a reputation as a talented actor as a result of his work in films such as "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones", "Sweeney Todd" The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is someone who seems to be a musician at heart.
His parents were in the music industry and nothing in school seemed to interest him as much as music . He was taught to learn the violin at the age of five according to the Suzuki method in which you learn by ear and he attributes to helping him now because he can play the guitar even though he could not tell you the chords required to play the song.
The band has completed an EP and it is being mixed in Copenhagen while he and his band are making the video. The plan of attack that he has for the band is to target online marketing but one of the most intriguing aspects of the interview was when he revealed they had just finished a tour with the Scottish band the 'Xcerts' and he feels for him and his band the time has come to put in some real "hard work into their craft".
Fans are getting the sense that while Jamie Campbell Bower will be playing the part of Jace Wayland in the next "Mortal Instruments" movie they should start following the exploits of "The Darling Buds" because that is what he will be focusing the majority of his time on for the remainder of 2014.
Jamie Campbell Bower, an actor who seems to be embracing his love of music and performing and might just become a star in both worlds in the future.