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SLOW TOWN CLOCK

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NEW ALBUM
CROSSING TIDES
OUT NOW

"An album of mythology, canny charm and unhurried pleasure... delicately crafted and deftly executed." - NARC. Magazine

"The unobtrusive arrangements here are uniformly fantastic. An album to live with." - The Crack


"A lovely album, sometimes stark and simple, sometimes musically rich and complex... You should seek it out." - folking.com

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New album Crossing Tides is now available on CD. Includes 20 page lyric and photo booklet with photos taken on the Outer Hebrides as well as a note on the creation of the album.

Click here to view the CDs on Bandcamp

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ABOUT SLOW TOWN CLOCK

Scottish singer-songwriter

Slow Town Clock is Glasgow born singer-songwriter Jamie Leven, often accompanied by various musical collaborators. Jamie writes contemporary Scottish folk songs that stand at the crossroads of traditional British folk music and Americana, always with a gentle nod towards the modern pop and rock influences that started him on his musical journey. At Slow Town Clock's heart is wide-ranging and thoughtful songwriting which explores the passage of time and charts our inner and outer landscapes.

Currently based in North East England, Slow Town Clock’s newly released debut album was written on and inspired by the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

‘A class act…a deft finger picker and melodious singer.’ - Steve Tilston

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CROSSING TIDES IS ON BANDCAMP

Bandcamp is a great way to support music makers!

Bandcamp gives artists a fair share of the money you spend on their music. If you'd like to support the Slow Town Clock project and help me make more music please consider buying the new album on Bandcamp!

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