Harry Lloyd broke his back in the French Alps during avalanche training, spending a year in bed, where he learned how to play the guitar and formed the band Waiting For Smith. The very first single released was “Monkeys In My Head,” which debuted in Clash Magazine and has earned thousands of streams, with airplay across the U.K., Canada and the United States. The sophomore single “Trade It In” quickly received support from 6Music, Passport Approved, TalkRadio, BBC Introducing, VibeFM, JackFM and BBC London, Oxford, Kent and Berkshire, BBC Radio 1/2, featured on Communion Presents with Max Tappuni on Radio X, Asia Pop 40 and a number of tastemaker Alternative stations in the states. Waiting For Smith’s music was selected for the September playlist at Caff&ecuate; Nero, a chain of over 700 coffee shops around the world. In October, WFS recorded an EP in Nashville with British–born producer, songwriter and artist Lee Horrocks (Cuff, Yohanna, Kate Earl, Brie Larson) and made a U.S. live debut at Madame Siam in Hollywood. In 2019, WFS’ music was streamed on Spotify in 71 countries for 4,042 hours – the equivalent of five months of listening; in Belgium, the WFS audience grew by 999%. The new year has produced a new single from Waiting For Smith titled “So Much Love.” The song has been chosen for the British Airways playlist and will feature on all BA flights worldwide from February through March. The track also received a spin on BBC Radio 1 courtesy of Huw Stephens.