Crispian Mills Biography
Birthday: January 18, 1973 (Capricorn)
Born In: Hammersmith, London, England
Crispian Mills is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist, who is best-known as the frontman of the psychedelic indie rock band Kula Shaker. He is the son of director, Roy Boulting, and actress Hayley Mills. In the early 1990s, along with few friends, he formed the band Kula Shaker. Their debut album ‘K’ released in 1996. The band is known for their interest in traditional Indian music, mysticism and culture. Some of their famous songs such as ‘Govinda’ and ‘Tattva’, feature lyrics that are written in Sanskrit. Even the band’s name is inspired by an Indian 9th century king named King Kulasekhara. Some of the band’s songs also feature traditional Indian instruments like the tabla and the sitar. Though they have achieved a lot of commercial success, they have also been disliked by several critics. For some time, Mills was also the lead guitarist and frontman of the band ‘The Jeevas’. Other than music, he is also known for directing two films ‘A Fantastic Fear of Everything’ and ‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’.