Out 25 May on Tentman, taken from debut album 10 songs’
“imagine Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon singing with the clarity of Tracy Chapman” – The Crack
New single “All These Days Of Changing” is a passionate neo-folk call-to-arms from Scottish singer-songwriter Aaron Fyfe.
Fyfe’s debut album “10 Songs” (Tentman Productions) has been picking up some great reviews:
“A brilliant calling card from a significant new talent” (The Sunday Times)
“A truly soul-bearing singer and songwriter…Proper modern grassroots folk” (Q magazine)
“A voice that is impossible to ignore” (The List)
“The real deal with a quite beautiful voice” (The Crack)
Dermot O’ Leary (BBC Radio 2) described Aaron’s single “Love That’s Lost” as “rather beautiful”.
“10 Songs” was recorded in Glasgow and co-produced by Teenage Fanclub drummer Francis Macdonald and Echo & The Bunnymen guitarist Gordy Goudie.
The 26 year-old singer-songwriter (and skateboarder-surfer) is a passionate heart-on-his-sleeve performer who loves to play. In his own words “I get to make music, travel play to people – not much better in life.“
Upcoming live appearances:
25th May – The Cat’s Back Folk Festival, London
18th July – Guildford People Festival
9th August – Wilderness Festival, Cornbury
For gigs and news visit http://www.aaronfyfemusic.co.uk/