BAFTA-nominated, Belfast-born composer Sheridan Tongue is best-known for working on award-winning series and documentaries from the BBC, ITV and The Discovery Channel that have reached a global audience.
He is a producer, songwriter, composer, performer and has released albums under his artist moniker IN-IS.
Having started his career working in London recording studios with icons such as Robert Plant and Blur, Sheridan was presented with a gold record for his work on the album ‘Prodigal Sista’ by Beverly Knight. He segued into film and television composition and worked on SPOOKS for the BBC, which secured him a BAFTA nomination for Best Original Music. He is currently working on his next IN-IS album due for release in 2018.Full Biography
2019 marks 50 years since the beginning of the Northern Ireland Troubles. I’ve been commissioned to compose the music for a new BBC series that will explore this defining period in Northern Irish history. Having grown up in Belfast, it is a great honour to work on the project and I look forward to sharing more about the the project in the future.
I’m delighted to announce that the film ‘BERTIE’, starring Alison Steadman (Hold The Sunset), Arthur Darvill (Broadchurch) and Jemima Rooper (Atlantis), and for which I composed the music, will be having its world premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on Friday 22nd June.
The BBC have selected a number of tracks from the album ‘SEVEN DAYS’ by IN-IS to feature in the forthcoming radio drama Tale of Two Cities: Aleppo and London by award-winning writer Ayeesha Menon.