David McAlmont

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David McAlmont (born David Irving McAlmont, 2 May 1967, Croydon, England) is a British vocalist and songwriter.

Early years and Thieves

McAlmont first came to attention in the London band Thieves, who attracted early attention with the 1992 single "Through The Door". Despite the release of a third single, "Either", Thieves split acrimoniously in 1994 shortly before the release of their first album. Following legal wrangling, the album was eventually released as the debut David McAlmont album (under the project name and album title of McAlmont). Despite some positive press attention, much of it still focussing on McAlmont's startling voice (Melody Maker journalist Taylor Parkes commented "One day he will open his mouth and a cathedral will fall out"), the album was not a commercial success.

Saul Freeman went on to form the band Mandalay with Nicola Hitchcock. He and McAlmont were reconciled in 2000, but have not worked together again.


McAlmont continued his solo career - including a stint providing support for Morrissey on tour - until he was approached by ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler. The collaboration produced The Sound of McAlmont and Butler, an album of songs, including "Yes" (1995) which reached number 8 in the UK Singles Chart.

McAlmont and Butler did not tour and made only two public performances; one small show at the Hanover Grand and one appearance on BBC...
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