Today I’m very excited to share a new project with you all. Over...



Today I’m very excited to share a new project with you all. Over the past few years myself and my good friend @rockyoreilly have been making a collection of songs called The Future in the Seventies. We thought today seemed as good a day as any to float one these songs out into the world for you all to hear. We’ve collaborated with some of our favourite musicians and with some of our favourite visual artists and we’re extremely excited to share it all with you over the next few months, but for now here a songs called The Blinding, available on all streaming and digital devices or on the link in my bio. Enjoy
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Also a huge thanks to @stephen_mccauley and @talldanhegarty for giving this song it first spin on the radio. Much love.
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