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What the Critics Say...

'Having appeared from nowhere to become one of the most in demand performers on the Glasgow music scene in the space of a year, Elaine Lennon’s debut album, released last January, was universally acclaimed. A winner of a Danny Kyle award at Celtic Connections and noted as an artist to watch by Nashville’s Songwriters’ Association, Lennon inhabits the world of confessional and moving singer songwriters, with folk comparing her to the likes of Dory Previn and Carly Simon.'  BLABBER 'N SMOKE

'Majestic. The songs stay with you for a long, long time after listening to the album' MAVERICK 

 

'On first hearing I was hooked immediately by both the quality of her music and her songwriting ability. Here is a lady who sings from the heart with real passion and who writes lyrics that you can both understand and associate with. One of my favourite female artistes is Beth Nielsen Chapman who writes about life with an extraordinary feeling and compassion, and Elaine Lennon does likewise. Some of the most powerful and passionate lyrics I have heard in a long time. The whole production is a delight from first track to the last. Fabulous musicianship, powerful and thought provoking lyrics, all brought together with vocals that will give your heart quite a few tugs.' FATEA MAGAZINE

'Despite only deciding to turn professional in 2018, Lennon has produced across-the-board plaudits for her self-titled album, from which the beguilingly beautiful 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' is taken. 'Next Friday Night' is a beautiful bittersweet love ballad that reflects her songwriting skills.' RnR MAGAZINE

'Sublime. Lennon recalls some of the classic singer songwriters from the past with echoes of Janis Ian, Dory Previn and even Nina Simone hovering around.’  AMERICANA UK

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