Steven Battelle releases another solo track ‘Steven Battelle’ / Announces 1st headline solo show for November 24th at St Pancras Church
STEVEN BATTELLE releases another brand new solo single ‘Steven Battelle’ and announces first ever headline solo show
– Debut live show at St Pancras Church, November 24th
– Show ticket link – HERE
– Listen to ‘Steven Battelle’ – BELOW
– Debut album Exit Brain Left due Winter
– Download first single ‘The Jump’ for free HERE
– Watch the video for ‘The Jump’
“I never trusted hope and the feeling hope evokes”
Inspirational former LostAlone front man and globetrotting singer songwriter STEVEN BATTELLE has unveiled another cosmic slice of bonkers brilliance with the release of another new, free song from his forthcoming solo debut album ‘Exit Brain Left’.
The self-titled ‘Steve Battelle’ is a huge, brash, ambitious and out there treat of a song, featuring a Japanese family jamming in a Tokyo restaurant, all and every type of percussion, harmonies reminiscent of The Gibb brothers and some wonderfully fuzzy guitar work outs. Self titled due to the rare (for Steven) un-metaphorical nature of the lyrics its a writer writing reflections of himself for himself. Sustained by a rejection of rejection Steven secluded himself on the shore of Switzerland’s Lake Geneva, walked the streets of Berlin during the 25th Anniversary of the Wall coming down and forced self imposed exile upon all thoughts of the past.
STEVEN BATTELLE can also finally announce the very first solo headline show now as well, which will take place at St Pancras Church on Thursday November 24th, with tickets going on sale NOW!
Ticket link – HERE
“Music is my religion so playing my debut solo show in a church felt the right thing to do. I’m over the moon to be making my first foray into the live arena as a solo artist, I’ve been having so much fun with my live band translating this diverse bunch of songs into a show”
Listen to ‘Steven Battelle’
Spotify link – HERE
Watch the video for previous solo single ‘The Jump’ below
Featuring orchestration inspired by The Snowman’s motorbike ride, a forty eight strong school choir and a recording of a Catalan siesta ‘The Jump’ is taken from his debut solo record ‘Exit Brain Left’ due out this winter.
After playing LostAlone’s final show in 2014 Steven embarked on creating his debut solo record, spending fifteen months traveling, absorbing and writing before teaming up with renowned producer Dan Weller (Enter Shikari, Sikth, Young Guns) to turn the mountains of material he’d accumulated into a cohesive record.
More details on this incredible album, it’s long and creative journey to follow soon.