Today is the official U.S. release of Battles by Welsh folk artist Al Lewis.
It’s available here on iTunes!
Al recorded the album at our studio here in Nashville after connecting with me via Twitter. We are really excited to be involved with Al’s music, and hope that you’ll join us in spreading the word. Al’s presence is quickly growing in the U.K. following appearances on Live from Abbey Road, BBC Radio 1, 2 and 6. Ed Sheeran has also praised the new album on Twitter, calling Al his favorite new artist.
I hope you’ll take a minute to check out Battles.
Also, if you haven’t seen it yet, watch Al’s video for “Make A Little Room” on YouTube.
Peace & love from Nashville,
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