Roger D'arcy Release 'Ordinary Man' As The First Track From His New Album The House Of Heads On August 24
Online PR News – 29-August-2017 – new york – Folk singer/songwriter Roger D'Arcy releases ORDINARY MAN on August 24th 2017 - the first track from his sophomore album - HOUSE OF HEADS - and a personal tribute to his hero, legendary Canadian singer/songwriter, Gordon Lightfoot.
Featuring the acapella bass talents of Pieter Snapper and produced by Peter Snapper and Mirko Ettore D'Agostino 'Ordinary Man' is released alongside a video recorded at Babajim Studios in Istanbul, Turkey where the entire HOUSE OF HEADS album was recorded during the Spring of 2017
HOUSE OF HEADS is due for release worldwide on September 8th and is already getting a big response from radio stations around the world.
Praising not only the thought-evoking collection of original songs (plus Ordinary Man) but also the superb production quality of HOUSE OF HEADS, radio stations in Australia, Denmark, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain and the UK are not only adding tracks from the album to their playlists but are also lining up promotional activities with Roger D'Arcy, including on-air interviews and promotions.
Check out limited tracks at:
For full album access plus more information and interview opportunities please contact:
Kevin Fetterplace at Mojo Working
Roger D'Arcy's music career started at the tail end of university when he formed the label Longsongs Music which went on to sign other artists and received some critical acclaim for bands The 6ix - Radio 1 Best New Band of the Year, The Gift ("It'll end in tears" and "Crashing down") - John Peel, BBC Radio 1 airplay and local TV and radio exposure for Go!"
He later went on to form the world renowned Recording Architecture which saw Roger design and build recording studios for the likes of The Kinks, Ronnie Wood, Sade, Annie Lennox, The Waterboys, The Cure, UB40 and literally hundreds of the world's finest studios.
He now returns to his first love: Making music