‘Lonely Kid‘, the new single from Alex Lipinski
Available now on all major digital download and streaming platforms.
The release comes backed with acoustic track ‘The Great Deprived’, recorded live at the legendary Monnow Valley Studios.
Available on iTunes: http://apple.co/1O8xSF8
Alex has been confirmed to play this year’s Rec Rock Festival on Sunday 25th September. Rec Rock is a non-for-profit boutique music festival set in Buxworth, in the heart of the peak district. Alex will be joined by his full band. Weekend tickets on sale now: http://www.seetickets.com/event/rec-rock-2016/rec-rock/940489
Alex will be opening a couple of acoustic shows for Howie Payne in September. He plays The Louisiana in Bristol on Wednesday 21st September & The Forge in London on Thursday 22nd September.
Ticket Link: http://www.alttickets.com/howie-payne-tickets
Alex will be joined by his full band when he plays the legendary Department S at The Lanes, Bristol on Saturday 13th August. Tickets priced £5 are available now and also include entrance to the club night after with host DJ John The Mod. On sale here: http://goo.gl/vRMJma
Alex will be playing Bristol Harbourside Festival at The Louisiana on Sunday 17th July. Joined by his full band, Alex will be on stage at 7pm.
‘Lonely Kid’, the new single from Alex Lipinski, is now available on all major digital download and streaming platforms. The release comes backed with acoustic track ‘The Great Deprived’, recorded live at the legendary Monnow Valley Studios. The video for ‘Lonely Kid’ features a cameo appearance from former England international footballer and Aston Villa F.C manager John Gregory. Proceeds from the single will go to the children’s cancer charity www.hhho.org.uk
‘Going Nowhere Fast’ is now featured on board British Airways flights as part of the Next Generation radio show. Anyone flying with BA can tune in. Not travelling anywhere? You can listen to the full Bristol show here (Going Nowhere Fast features at 41 minutes): https://www.mixcloud.com/silasarmstrong/next-generation-bristol-nextgenbrs/
” A rock ‘n’ roll cocktail of Bob Dylan, a young Elvis Presley, and just a dash of Neil Young for flavour”…
John Harbison from RYP Recordings reviews Alex’s recent show at Alternative Escape in Brighton. Read the rest on the news page.
“A voice pitched between Lennon, Orbison and Dylan…”
Jason Holmes from Gigslutz reviews Alex’s recent gig at The Monarch in Camden. Read the full review on the News page.
Alex has recently been recording his forthcoming solo album in Berlin. Produced by Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, the album is due to be released later in the year on Anton’s ‘a’ recordings label. Be sure to check back here for further information.