Casper Adrien is a musician based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Since entering the Dutch music scene in 2010 with the release of his solo debut-EP “To Save a Fish from Drowning”, he has been active in numerous musical projects. In 2012 he participated in the acclaimed Lorrainville project, singing, writing and performing together with artists like Anneke van Gierbergen and Blof. Inspired by his Lorrainville-experiences, he initiated the Knalland project: a musical collaboration project focusing on artists based in the Kanaleneiland district of Utrecht. Knalland released its debut-album in May 2013, and has gained much attention and praise throughout the Netherlands ever since. Besides working as a solo-musician Casper has also been a founding-member of indie-folk band Oh, Brave Wide Eyes, which released their debut-EP “The Tascam Recordings” in 2012.