Folk-blues singer songwriter Harry Pane releases his new EP Changing tomorrow.
The former Northampton resident moved to London last year and has been busy playing across the city since.
The four track EP was produced by Dani Castelar, who worked with Paolo Nutini on the track Caustic Love.
Pane had emailed Castelar, not expecting a response at this early stage in his career.
However, he replied and flew Pane over to Studio Barxeta in Valencia to record.
Changing was then mastered by Mandy Parnell from London’s Black Saloon Studio.
The EP’s artwork features a photo of Harry’s father.
Pane, who now lives in Walthamstow, combines emotive vocals, tumbling guitar riffs, a trademark stomping pulse and a bit of slide guitar chucked in for good measure.
Pane’s influences include John Martyn, Damien Rice and Rocco Deluca.
In January, PRS For Music chairman Guy Fletcher presented Pane with the Best Original Artist accolade at the #Roadtothe100club event which led to the offer of a development fund with Island Records.
Following showcases at SXSW in Texas in March, this month he will be playing at the Glastonbury Festival on the Rabbit Hole Stage and also The Big Feastival, CarFest North and South and Jimmy’s Farm Harvest Festival.
Pane will be launching the EP at the Sebright Arms in Bethnal Green, London on June 30 and will also be playing across the capital as part of the Coffee House Tour in July.
For more information, visit http://harrypane.com, www.facebook.com/harrypanemusic and twitter.com/HarryPaneMusic
Changing can be bought via iTunes via http://bit.ly/ChangingEP.