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The new album Truth from FREEMAN is now available

Truth is the debut solo album from the leader of the Retro Rock Sound; the sound is very Classic, Very British, Very Glamour of the age where rock reached new limits!

Recently the single WEEKEND was released ahead of the album, which is the follow up to Top of The Pops Hit and favourite of BBC Introducing the single Redemption. The album launch was just held in the West End of London at Mau Mau Bar to a packed house.  

Listen to the new album and add it to your PlayList on all streaming services

Some background on The multi – talented FREEMAN. He first picked up a guitar when he was a Rolling Stones obsessed teenager living in Cuba, taking inspiration from other ‘70’s icons such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Fleetwood Mac, Love, Bill Withers, America and Al Stewart; he set up crafting his own take on those sounds in an analogue studio, playing live and recording to tape. A truly warm and distinctive voice, he creates songs that recall the starkness, beauty and tenderness of singers such as Jeff Buckley, Scott Matthews, Laura Marling and Devendra Banhart.  

Outside of the music world Freeman is an abstract painter, who developed his love for the style while still at school. Gaining a large following on Instagram, he decided to hold his first exhibition, Portobello’s Palm Tree Gallery, where he became the “highest selling artist on Portobello in 20 years.”  Freeman is currently in talks with top Mayfair gallery, Maddox and Delahunty Fine Art, with plansto hold a second exhibition very soon. Freeman’s love of music and art go hand in hand one of his early paintings is featured on the album cover.  

Make to to checkout and follow FREEMAN’S artwork on Instagram @Artbyfreeman  You can also find his music related Instagram with exclusive behind the scenes look @Freemanrocknroll  You can find him on Twitter too https://twitter.com/freemanroknroll 

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