For English folk-rock artist Adam Giles Levy, the 2016 independent release of his debut EP, “Unravelled” was the catalyst for a period of non-stop touring, songwriting and artistic growth.
Featured on BBC Introducing (the South), “Unravelled”, explores issues of acceptance, empathy and connectedness. Recorded at Greenhouse Studios, Vancouver, at the hand of Canadian producer, Alex Gamble (Union Sound Company), the album consists of 4 new tracks and an interpretation of Fink’s, “Looking Too Closely”.
In 2012, and in search of reinvention Adam quit the law for music. Making the transition from office to stage Adam spent time in Vancouver where he recorded demos, played, listened, learned. On returning to Europe Adam’s tireless touring earned him support slots with American artists William Fitzsimmons and Noah Gundersen.
“Songs which in their honesty and rawness, captivate and stir” — La Hormigonera Rock
Inspired by the landscapes that have duly shaped his music, Adam’s lyrics often bring to life the stories of the places and people he’s met along the way. With every new experience Adam’s songwriting continues to mature, adding new textures as he works towards his next studio recording.
Full of emotion, Adam’s music ebbs and flows, powerful and driven yet at times fragile, invoking thoughts of artists like Robert Plant and Ben Howard.