Findlay Brown

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Findlay Brown
Born 1976 (age 38–39)
Tang Hall, England, United Kingdom
Genres Pop, experimental, ambient
Instruments Guitar, vocals, piano, personal computer
Years active 2000–present
Labels Verve, Peacefrog
Website findlaybrown.com

Findlay Brownis a Yorkshire born, Brooklyn based singer-songwriter and producer. His music is melodic, gentle and intimate, drawing on influences from the rural settings where he grew up. His songs are metaphoric often using nature’s imagery to illustrate the inner conflict in the search for a more truthful way of living.

His debut album "Separated By the Sea" was released in 2007 on Peacefrog Records, England. It was produced by former Simian singer, Simon Lord. Findlay's second solo album Love Will Find You was released in 2010 on Verve Records, US. It was produced by ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler.

Slow Light is Findlay Brown’s third solo album release. Co-produced with Danish producer Tobias Wilner with influences drawing from Minimalist music, Sound Tracks, African Music and classic song-writing.

History[edit]

He recently played a farewell show at The Gladstone Arms pub in Borough, London, England, with his good friends The Moon Music Orchestra, before relocating with his girlfriend to New York City.

Media[edit]

Findlay appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman in January 2010 with a full orchestra.

Radio support from radio hosts Zane Lowe and Jo Whiley (Radio 1) Ferne Cotton (Radio 2), John Kennedy (XFM), Rita Houston WFUV, KEXP, Deepak Chopra (Sirius Radio).

Findlay Brown has appeared in many major international media and publications, including: The Guardian, Mojo, The New York Times, Vice, The Sun, Vogue, Musicweek, The LA Times, Spin Magazine, Arena, Oprah, Uncut, Word, Drowned in Sound, Stereogum and many more.

His song "Come Home" was featured in a television advertisements for the credit card company MasterCard.[1]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Simpson, Dave (2007-02-16). "Findlay Brown, Separated by the Sea". The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-12-06. 

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