Bradford Cox
Bradford Cox

Bradford Cox is an Atlanta-based musician, best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the acclaimed indie art rock band Deerhunter. Deerhunter has released eight full-length albums to date, all to widespread critical acclaim, predominantly via the label 4AD. 

Along with his work as vocalist and songwriter for Deerhunter, Bradford Cox is also a prolific and acclaimed solo artist, recording under the moniker Atlas Sound. He has also collaborated with the likes of Cate Le Bon, Panda Bear and Laetitia Sadier of Stereolab, among others.
With a fiercely creative multidisciplinary attitude that extends far beyond the reaches of music, Cox made his film acting debut in 2013's Dallas Buyers Club and also walked for Gucci in 2019.

Cox has often frequented the world of scoring, first creating the score for the 2013 documentary film Teenage. This has been followed by films commissioned by the Andy Warhol Foundation, and more recently, short film Fountain (2021). Cox also worked with Karen O on the soundtrack to Spike Jonze’s Where The Wild Things Are.


2011 (4AD)

2009 (Kranky)

'Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See but Cannot Feel'
2008 (Kranky)


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