Two's Company are a Yorkshire-based acoustic folk duo. They perform a variety of traditional and original songs and tunes, gathered from and inspired by the tradition, and recently released their debut album, Go Together.

Alice and David met during their first year at university, when they discovered a shared love of folk music, and have been performing together ever since. In 2014, Two’s Company were the winners of the Shrewsbury Folk Festival open mic competition, and in 2016 they were finalists in the New Roots competition, resulting at a number of invited performances.

Alice has sung for as long as she can remember, and also plays flute. She first began to explore traditional song as a child, pouring over her parents’ well-loved copies of the classic school song books ‘Singing Together’ and ‘Rhythm and Melody’. After something of a hiatus from folk music during her school career, meeting David in Cambridge gave her the perfect opportunity to return to the music that she had once so loved to sing. Since moving to Sheffield in 2013 she has immersed herself in the local folk scene as much as time allows around studying for a PhD in plant biology.
David sings and plays guitar and cello-mandolin. He was taught his first instruments – piano and trumpet – by teachers at school, but began learning to play electric guitar without tuition aged fifteen. One year later he was given his first acoustic guitar, and he fell in love with folk music the same summer at Fairport’s 40th Cropredy Convention. He has since taught himself to play the cello-mandolin and tenor guitar, and has ambitions to further expand his collection of acoustic instruments in the future.