Oxford-born, Bristol-based, Ed Tullett is a prolific songwriter, producer and collaborator, best known for his work with Novo Amor, with whom he has released an album - ‘Heiress’ (AllPoints 2017) - and co-authored two more: Novo Amor’s debut album ‘Birthplace’ (2018) and the widely-acclaimed follow-up 'Cannot Be, Whatsoever' (2020). These long-form releases arrived in the wake of their first work together - after meeting in late 2013 and immediately becoming close friends - Tullett has co-written nearly all of Novo Amor’s releases since mid-2014, the pair continuing to work closely, including Ed arranging for and touring with the project live. In 2024 Tullett stopped touring the project to focus more on his own, but maintains his other work on the project.

In 2018 Tullett formed 2 new collaborative projects - Lissom, with French pianist Julien Marchal, whose debut record was released in 2018 - with follow-up Eclipses out in 2022 - and Hailaker with Bristol-based artist Jemima Coulter. Hailaker has since released 2 records, 2019’s self-titled and 2020’s Holding, along with 3 singles, most-recently ‘Wavepool’, a collaboration with S. Carey of Bon Iver. Serenity Now, a third album, followed in 2024, produced by Ali Chant.

In 2021 Tullett took the monikor Lowswimmer for his solo material, and began writing multiple bodies of work, the first of which was released in 2022, with his debut proper, Red-Eye Effect, released in May 2023. He also began working with lifelong friend Auryn Tate (Shinamo Moki) on their instrumental electronic project Tolari’s first album, Leylines, also releasing in 2022. In 2023 Tullett also released a collection of stripped-back acoustic songs under his own name entitled ‘Lack Thereof’. He continues to work on many of his own artist projects, co-write and produce for a number of others, and is a keen photographer.