The Pictish Trail releases a new album ‘Future Echoes’.
The alter-ego of Scottish singer-songwriter Johnny Lynch has made the follow up to ‘Secret Soundz Vol. 1&2’ available on vinyl and CD and as a digital download on Lynch’s own Lost Map Records, with distribution by Caroline International.
Largely produced by Adem Ilhan, previously one half of Moshi Moshi act Silver Columns along with Lynch, Future Echoes also features additional production and mixing from Rob Jones (Sweet Baboo, Slow Club) and drumming from Alex Thomas (Fridge, Squarepusher, Air, Bat For Lashes) and was mastered by Guy Davie at Electric Mastering.
Written on the Isle of Eigg but recorded in London, the album includes single ‘Far Gone (Don’t Leave’) – which comes with a video directed by Ryan Owen Eddleston, whose credits include Gruff Rhys’s American Interior, and the Jamie Adams film Black Mountain Poets.
Lynch also tours the UK in October:
SAT, OCT 1 @ HOWLIN’ FRINGE PRESENTS… FUTURE ECHOES, LEITH THEATRE, EDINBURGH [TICKETS]
MON, OCT 3 @ THE MUSICIAN, LEICESTER [TICKETS]
TUE, OCT 4 @ MOTH CLUB, LONDON [TICKETS]
WED, OCT 5 @ THE TRADES CLUB, HEBDEN BRIDGE [TICKETS]
FRI, OCT 7 @ THE LANTERN, BRISTOL [TICKETS]
SUN, OCT 9 @ RAMSGATE MUSIC HALL, RAMSGATE [TICKETS]
THU, OCT 13 @ THINK TANK, NEWCASTLE [TICKETS]
FRI, OCT 14 @ THE TUNNELS, ABERDEEN [TICKETS]
More at pictishtrail.co.uk