Peter Eardley Sarstedt (born 10 December 1941) is an Indian-born Britishsinger-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has recorded a number of well-known and successful albums and singles since the 1960s. Although his music is classified as pop, it generally encompasses more traditional folk ballads rather than standard pop music.
Sarstedt was born in Delhi, India, where his parents were civil servants in the British administration. He attended Victoria Boys' School in Kurseong, in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. His family returned to England in 1954. He is the younger brother of the 1960s pop star Eden Kane, for whom he briefly played bass, and the elder brother of pop singer Clive Sarstedt.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Sarstedt frequently toured the southern UK as part of the "Solid Silver '60s" package tours, after having returned to England after several years residing in Denmark. "Where Do You Go To" was later used in the 2007 Wes Anderson films Hotel Chevalier and The Darjeeling Limited, which sparked new interest in his music. In the '90s and 2000s, he has continued to release new albums and tour. In 1997 he released England's Lane, and in 2002 an album of brand new material called On Song. In 2012, a compilation of songs called Highlights — the Demos was released.  Sarstedt's latest album, released Spring 2013 is entitled "Restless Heart" produced by Ray Singer, and the single and accompanying video clip "Valentine" released on Singer Records and distributed by Proper/Finetunes.
"In the Days of My Youth" / "My Monkey Is A Junkie" (Major Minor MM520, 1967) as "Peter Lincoln"
"I Must Go On" / "Mary Jane" (Island WIP-6028, 1/1968)
Robin Sarstedt (born Clive Robin Sarstedt, 21 January 1944, Ajmer, Rajastan, India, the youngest brother), who made his recording debut as "Wes Sands" (recorded by Joe Meek), and then continued as "Clive Sands". He had a hit in 1976 (as "Robin Sarstedt") with "My Resistance is Low".