Dom Clark Trio are Dom Clark (vocals/guitar/trumpet), Conor Cotterill (bass) and Enmanuel Moreno (drums/percussion).
The group formed in February 2017 and by December of the same year played the O2 Academy Islington and gained BBC airplay for debut single 'Undercover'.
2018 saw the group release three more singles with more BBC radio play and develop a reputation for blistering live shows with trumpet, drum breaks and improvisation, including headlining the Leytonstone Festival and a takeover of Boogaloo Radio.
In the autumn of 2018 the group built their own Mustard Seed studio from which to launch the next phase of their career. The first fruits of the new studio came with a double A side Nomadic/Yes Man released in January 2019 with Yes Man being added to the BBC 6Music Introducing Mixtape and being singled out for play on the Tom Robinson show.
Work began recording the debt album later in 2019 with the first single Castaway dropping in April 2020 just as coronavirus hit and everything changed. With no gigs to play and normal life on hold the band spent the rest of the year recording their debut album Music From The Mustard Seed with the final single Over Again released in June and the album in October. Read more about the album and Dom's background in this Mark Choueke article