British singer-songwriter, Dan Croll, will bring his mixture of folk melodies and electronic beats to Williamsburg’s Glasslands Gallery at 289 Kent Street on March 20.
Difficult to categorize, Croll’s sounds are uniquely blissful, combining music fit for a broader range of music appreciators. His debut EP From Nowhere—including four original tracks and one remix of his hit, can’t-get-out-of-your-head, song “From Nowhere”—will hit shelves on March 5th.
Along with a big stage, multi-instrument sound, Croll showcases an incredible comfort with just his voice and guitar. An exceptional acoustic talent, displaying sweet, soulful melodies, Croll delights with live versions of his songs “Home” and “Marion,” live performances of which can be seen via YouTube from the Paul McCartney Auditorium in Liverpool.
Cruising down an open road or sitting by a fire, Croll’s soothing voice and catchy tunes are sure to resonate with listeners. After the heartbreak of Downton Abbey’s season 3 ender, the soulful sounds could be just the breath of fresh, British air we need.
To purchase tickets visit: www.theglasslands.com.