July Skies: is a West Midlands (UK) based recording project commenced by Antony Harding in 1997, who has released four albums and two EPs since 2000. July Skies is also part of the fiercely independent and unique Make Mine Music label collective who have now achieved over 50 releases. July Skies is heavily inspired by faded innocence and lost times and attempt to capture this through music and design. The project is often assisted by long time collaborators Benjamin T Holton and Robert Glover from the band epic45. July Skies received support from the late John Peel and Rob Da Bank of BBC Radio1, Verity Sharp of BBC Radio3, Stuart Maconie on BBC Radio6, BBC Bristol and ChillFM. They are currently working on two releases, A Day in the Country and Observe the Weather. Antony is also part of the Birmingham experimental outfits Avrocar and juliasette. July Skies also perform occasional live events and have supported and played alongside Piano Magic, Secret Shine, The Clientele, Epic45, Portal, Avrocar, Yellow6, The Exploits of Elaine, Junkboy, Mazarin, Pluxus and Fuxa. For more information please click on the related links section below.