Fraser MacColl is a 29 year old Musical Director & session musician who's worked creatively since 2007 with UK and international artists in both the live and studio environment, in conjunction with renowned labels such as XL Recordings, Avex Japan, Sony, Warner and Universal Records. He takes responsibility for translating projects from studio to stage, working closely with management, label, crew and musicians to bring the Artist’s vision to life.
Since 2014, He's completed two world tours with Top 10 XL Recording Artist JUNGLE, promoting their self titled debut album. Concerts have included main stage appearances Glastonbury, Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Fuji Rocks and Laneways Festival, as well as performances at The Hollywood Bowl, Pitchfork Paris and headline performances at New York Summer Stage, Brixton Academy and Secret Garden Party.
During 2016, he embarked on an 10 month arena / stadium / theatre tour across the length and breadth of Russia, USA, Germany, Israel and the UK as Musical Director and guitarist with Russian legend ZEMFIRA. Notable concerts included performances at Moscow Olympic Stadium, Madison Square Gardens Theatre, Brixton Academy and the Berlin Tempodrom.
He has also worked as Musical Director with JESSIE WARE, translating her album "Glasshouse" from studio to stage for a 2017 summer campaign, as well as newly signed artists including FRANK GAMBLE (PMR), CONNIE CONSTANCE and BLOXX. Other notable performances include one off promotional campaigns with DUA LIPA & MARTIN GARRIX, DAGNY, JESSIE BUCKLEY & RONAN KEATING.
Fraser is currently touring world-wide touring with JUNGLE in support of their second album "FOR EVER", with TV performances on the ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW, LATE NIGHT WITH STEPHEN COLBERT , the JIMMY KIMMEL SHOW and Ç A Vous, as well as headline performances at Alexandra Palace London, Blackberry Auditorium Mexico City and Terminal 5 New York. Summer 2019 also sees Fraser working with BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB preparing material for their forthcoming tour, as well as programming material for a number of new bands including DEAD SEA GIRLS.