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Independant Spotlight Update – Liam Brew

Liam Brew Faster - On Sale Now on iTunes

Not that long ago, on a warm and blustery Saturday morning I came up with the idea to write a new set of features for Writing In Shadows and taxing my imagination, I named it; Independant Spotlight.

The first post under the category was a post about Australian Country Music singer Liam Brew and his independantly produced second album.

This morning I came across a post on Facebook advising that the album was due to drop in stores on June 28th 2013 in Australia. Being the technological genius I am, I went over to see if I could find it on iTunes and I did.

The first single “She’s Gone” has already been released to radio stations in Australia and from the KitKat Publicity Site I was able to have a listen.

Directly “borrowed” from the KitKat Publicity Site, here’s what Liam has to say about the first single “She’s Gone”.

Of the upcoming release, Liam says, “It typifies who and what I am as an artist and for the first time features some of my own songs which I’m really excited about. I’m happy that I can now step aside and let the album do the talking. It’s a diverse bunch of songs but I think it’s a great description of the type of stuff I grew up on and the stuff I love playing as an artist, so I hope that shows in the record when people hear it”.

If I’ve done anything right, I should have embedded it here 

If I didn’t – and again it’s hard to believe what with me being a technological genius, here’s the link to the album on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/faster/id657285485

If the first single is anything to go by, Faster appears to be a “must have” for anyone’s collection who enjoys high quality country music.

For further information or to check out more about Liam’s upcoming tour feel free to pop over to KitKat Publicity http://kriskatpublicity.com.au/liam-brew/

If you listen to She’s gone, make sure you pop a comment below and let me know what you think. Or better yet, go buy the album and continue to support independant artists dancing with their muse.

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43 year old Australian writer currently working on the first of a planned three book Epic Fantasy series. When he's not writing policy discussions, or tales of swords, Gods, and magic, he can be found making a mess in the kitchen, and turning perfectly good ingredients into crimes against humanity.

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