Warner Music, [PIAS] Recordings, Universal
Jake Fairnie’s musical roots trace back to Bristol here he drummed in a number of bands. When he moved to London in 2006 Jake began playing drums and singing backing vocals for an Eastend band called the Feuds.
Soon after, Jake began work with British producer/songwriting partner Dan Colman (under the alias Big Behaviour); producing and writing for artists and bands under the management of Stephen Budd.
In 2014 Jake and Dan wrote and produced Inna Modja's single ‘Forgive Yourself’ on the album Motel Bamako. The album entered the charts in France at number 22.
Jake and Dan continued to write and produce, including the lead track 'Terrible Lie' on the Rhonda 'Raw Love' album that reached number 10 in the German charts in 2014.
He co-wrote 'Wake Up Dreamin' (with Dan under the artist name Franklin) which was used for a Vo5 tv and online advertising campaign. Advertising successes continued, and a track co-written with Inna Modja entitled 'La Valse de Marylore' was used for a French governmental domestic abuse campaign.
Currently Big Behaviour's eagerly anticipated collaborations include Speech Debelle, Jermain Jackman, Vince Kidd, Lundon Knighten, Nate James, Terri Walker, Miss Baby Sol and The Cadbury Sisters.