Andrew Eaton-Lewis launches his new Seafieldroad album, ‘The Winter of 88’, with a show at Edinburgh’s Voodoo Rooms on Sunday December 7th.
The singer with Swimmer One / co-creator of ‘Whatever Gets You Through The Night’ has released two albums previously – the eponymous debut, and follow-up ‘There Are No Maps For This Part Of The City’. Produced by Swimmer One cohort Hamish Brown, the third long-player is a collection of 11 piano songs “inspired by family, grief, belonging, and Portobello beach in Edinburgh”.
The physical version is available as a limited edition of (yes) 88 copies with handmade artwork, but the album will be available to download from iTunes, Amazon et al early next year.
Support at the launch show comes from David Shah of The Melting Ice Caps and Gerry Campbell of Babygod.