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Aardvark Records Presents Scott Lloyd's Single Launch Plus Support
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Penryn-based independent record label Aardvark Records has chosen the Poly in Falmouth to launch its latest signing to local music lovers.
Indie folk rock artist, Scott Lloyd, 29 from Middlesborough, met with Aardvark Records on a visit to Cornwall between two heavy snowfalls in March and now, signed to the label, he will come back to Falmouth to launch his coast-inspired single Looking Out to Sea in June.
The event at the Poly titled Aardvark Records Presents Scott Lloyd’s single launch plus support at the Poly provides visitors and locals in Falmouth with an alternative to sea shanties on Saturday 23 June from 7.30pm.
Scott, now living in Manchester with his fiancée, who has Cornish roots, has previously released six independent EPs as, he says “the songs keep flowing out”. He toured across the United States to San Francisco and Canada all the way across to Vancouver as well as appearing at Glastonbury Festival and he performed a live acoustic set on BBC Introducing in Tees.
Scott has launched EPs to sell-out venues and had his music reviewed in Telegraph Music, The Skinny, Clash Magazine, NE Volume and the Manchester Evening News.
Supporting Scott at the Poly on Saturday 23 June, to give anyone in town a break from Sea Shanties for an evening, are harpist Floralyn George, who was born in Bulgaria and is also a model, and Falmouth-based progressive rock band Universal Revolution.
Aardvark Records was launched by Andrew Reeve in 2001 as a new style of holistic music company to provide artists with business, distribution and licensing support, synchronization and publishing opportunities and an equal share of the proceeds. According to the music business press, this is now becoming the norm amongst independent labels. Aardvark Records also has a Dance label based in Amsterdam.
Aardvark Records Presents Scott Lloyd’s Single Launch tickets are now on sale for £8 or £5 with a flier.
Scott Lloyd is fast becoming one of the most significant singer-songwriters in Manchester. Starting his musical days in his hometown of Middlesbrough, he moved to Manchester permanently in 2011 after studying music at MMU Cheshire. His main musical influences come from American, folk singer-songwriters of the 60s and 70s. Having a sound that has been liked to artists such as Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. His songwriting and lyrical style brings out elements that make him stand out and very authentic against a mainly ‘band based’ music scene.
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Floralyn George is a singer / songwriter, harpist and model based in Falmouth.
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