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"The most unique person I know in the world, incredible charisma. He sees things in a way that nobody else sees them, which is why his music is beautiful." Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons
Hitting the road this March comes beloved songwriter Simone Felice, in support of his brand new album Strangers.
Simone Felice is a founding member (lyricist, vocalist, drummer and guitarist) of internationally acclaimed, Catskill Mountain-based artists The Felice Brothers and The Duke & The King. He has toured and worked with the likes as The Band's Levon Helm, Conor Oberst & Bright Eyes, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Rick Rubin, The Avett Brothers, and Old Crow Medicine Show.
Simone Felice is a celebrated songwriter, author, and poet from New York, who has long been associated with a dusty, widescreen Americana that has gathered numerous plaudits for its honesty, literacy and spirit. April 2012 saw the release of his self-titled debut solo album, featuring songs such as New York Times, You & I Belong, and Charade which have become staple highlights in his live appearances. Among other accolades, Nick Hasted of The Independent called the record: 'A taut masterpiece of terrifying, exhilarating American tales.'
Simone's new full-length album, Strangers, (due out March 2014) is a ten song collection recorded in the Catskills with producer / friend David Baron, along with guest artists The Felice Brothers, Leah Siegel, and Wesley Schultz & Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers. Here is a body of work that truly captures Simone's rare gift as a poet, song-crafter, and unique visionary; an album certain to cement Felice’s place as one of the great songwriter-poets of his generation.
"Each song somehow sounds like a classic, each live performance suggesting we are in the presence of a rare, fiery brilliance." Guardian