Lonnie Storey – Silver And Glass

Lonnie Storey was born in a British place called Ugley. After watching The Beatles’ movie Yellow Submarine at his friend’s house, as a ten-year-old, he wanted to play music. Since then, he has been writing music and wierdo poetry. Apart from The Beatles, he also takes his inspirations from David Byrne and John Martyn, and – more recently – from the likes of Ariel Pink, Mac DeMarco and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.

Last year, he debuted with Make It Slow, and now, he releases his second single Silver And Glass. Although it, in his own words, ‘continues in a theme of sun riddled pessimism glossing over peripheral anxiety and regret’, its overall sound is much more cheerful, danceable and energetic this time.

Lonnie says about his new single: “Silver And Glass is all about becoming a hot vapid mess, being so obsessed with image and presentation, hoping it will cover the cracks in a fragile, unhinged personality, whose self-esteem leaked out of them overnight.”

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