In 2020, Josh embarked on a new musical endeavour under the name, Almanac. To hear all the latest updates from Almanac, hit follow on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You can also sign up to the mailing list or become a patron.

His debut single, Birds of a Feather, was released on 22nd February 2020 and can be streamed on all major platforms. Watch the music video here:

On 25th April 2020, he released his second single, Voicething, available to stream and view:

On 6th June 2020, he released his third single, A Whispered Word, available to stream and view:

On 25th July 2020, he released his fourth single, a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire’s That’s the Way of the World:

This formed the final single of his debut EP, Silk River, available to stream here.

On 9th September 2020, he released the first single of his second EP, a cover of Antonio Carlos Jobim’s Waters of March, available to stream and view:

On 13th September 2020, he released a short documentary entitled, On Croydon:

And on 4th December 2020, he released another single, Ikon, available to stream and view:

On 20th February 2021, he released another single, Adrift, available to stream and view:

On 30th April, he released another single, The Scarecrow, available to stream and view:

On 17th July, he released a short film entitled, On a Crewless Vessel:

On 24th August, he released another single, Little Heart:

This formed the final single of his second EP, Weathervane, available to stream here.


Over the course of 10 months from June 2016, Josh produced a 9-track album of original a cappella arrangements performed by singers at the University of York. The album spans the entire breadth of the contemporary popular music genre, featuring compositions by artists such as The Jackson 5, James Blake and The Beatles. It also showcases an original composition by London-based a cappella composer, Ben See.


Aside from work on the VOX album, Josh worked for two years as musical director of the student a cappella group, coaching the singers toward regular performances and writing countless arrangements. Here are some examples of their live sound, filmed in the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall at the University of York.


In May 2017, Josh embarked on an experimental project that would explore how singing can be used to accompany the spoken word. It features the narration of British choral composer, Richard Shephard, and a text that interweaves assorted Desert Island Discs musings from the likes of Stephen Fry, Mark Rylance and Tom Hanks. The soundtrack is composed, performed and produced entirely by Josh.