L.A. Salami has shared his new track “Jean Is Gone” ahead of his forthcoming release The City Of Bootmakers. Salami, who to use his…Read More
L.A. Salami has shared his new track “Jean Is Gone” ahead of his forthcoming release The City Of Bootmakers. Salami, who to use his first name Lookman continues to weave his way through an extensive catalogue of songs, each with their own stories and wry, observational anecdotes. L.A Salami heads out on a run of North American dates in March and April 2018, starting March 19th in Seattle.
An upbeat, exuberant intro, Jean Is Gone leads the listener into a sharp,nuanced narrative accompanied by organ and percussion that highlights Salami’s soulful urban-folk. Already championed by the likes of 6 Music – previous track Generation L(ost) was b-listed and saw the Radcliffe & Maconie show invite Salami onto the show whilst live on air. A mere stepping stone, Jean Is Gone’s tale of broken love is but one part of an incredible catalogue of tracks from a prolific young storyteller, hear more on his forthcoming album The City Of Bootmakers, released through Sunday Best Recordings on April 13th
The City Of Boatmakers
Who’s Cursing Us Now?
Terrorism! (The Isis Crisis)
I’ll Tell You why
A Man; A Man Without Warning
You’re Better Off Alone
I Need Answers
Science + Buddhism = A Reality You Can Know
The Talisman On The Age Of Glass
What Is This?
[Bonus Track] Jean Is Gone