Anti-cyberbullying sensation heads to Burnley

Performer and anti-cyberbullying activist, Josh Davis, will be performing at Coal Clough Academy.
Performer and anti-cyberbullying activist, Josh Davis, will be performing at Coal Clough Academy.

One of the UK's most exciting new musical talents is launching a national online safety tour with performances in Burnley later this month.

Set to visit over 150 schools in the next few months, 21-year-old Josh Davis is aiming to tackle the increasing trend of cyberbullying and discrimination amongst teenagers, with an engaging presentation which will also include a performance of his debut single, 'Fight With You'.

Inspired from a young age by artists such as Elvis and Michael Jackson, Josh has already been tipped as the UK's Justin Bieber with his soulful tone and personable personality, and will be at Coal Clough Academy in Burnley from 10-11am on Tuesday, December 20th.

Earlier this year, Josh signed a deal with The Famous Company to create an EP of original material alongside, with the tracks already propelling him to perform at a number of events across the UK, most recently supporting former X Factor winner, Ben Haenow.

His boy-next-door charm and unmistakable showmanship is swiftly winning hearts not only in the UK, but also worldwide through the power of social media. Speaking about the subject of online safety and cyberbullying - Josh said, “When you release a track or video or post anything online, you’re giving a part of yourself to the world.

"Although this has made it easier for artists like myself to promote new music, it also invites a faceless audience to criticise you and your work, so I can identify with victims of online abuse”.