Simon Lynge : Paper Thin
Paper Thin, the new single from the forthcoming album by Simon Lynge, released in November via Integrity Records/Songcrafter Music.
His previous single has received numerous BBC radio station support and his forthcoming album has already been promised national print reviews with two major titles and various online sites.
‘Deep Snow’, the fourth album by the Greenlandic-Scandinavian singer-songwriter, will be released two weeks later on 23rd November.
Earlier this year, Simon and long-time friend and musical collaborator Richard Lobb isolated themselves in a secluded house owned by a travelling circus clown in the green hills of Trallong, Wales, to record the new album, later to be caressed to completion in the eclectic atmosphere of Narcissus Studios in London.
Growing up in a sparsely-populated Greenland village and later enduring some harsh Danish winters have informed both Simon’s philosophy and his song-writing:
Now dividing his time between America’s Pacific Northwest, Scandinavia & the UK, Simon Lynge is no stranger to the British media, having appeared on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio London, BBC1 Breakfast TV & Sky News and had great reviews of previous releases from the UK & international press.
“An impressive parade of melodies and hooklines, exuding sincerity. A winning new voice.” **** UNCUT
“This troubadour's sunny debut is hard not to cheer on.” Q Magazine
“His debut album, The Future, with its aroma of positive modern folkiness is like a breath of his fresh island air.” The Sunday Times
“Simon Lynge sang strikingly pretty, melodic songs with his pure, warm voice.” The Times
“Counting Elliott Smith and Nick Drake among his influences, Lynge’s music is a brand of quite faultless melodic rich pop.” Music Week Magazine
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