From MuzicNotez.com: Lewis Hurrell “Ordinary Life”

 

Lewis Hurrell is an American songwriter/producer from Sebastopol, California. He holds dual citizenship between the U.K. and America as a result of being born in England. After living in the U.K., Australia, and Colorado, Lewis eventually landed in Northern California and spent 10 years there growing up before moving back to the U.K. when he was 22. He helped start the band “Bob Dean” while he lived in Manchester, playing keyboards for them and recording a full album. He also played keyboards for the pop rock group “Mike Moss”.

Lewis released his first solo single called “Highs and Lows” in early 2013, the track was mixed by Christophe Bride of Oxygene Studios and mastered at Abbey Road in London, His latest single “Ordinary Life” was entirely self produced from a small bedroom studio just south of London, the song has similarities to Bastille and Imagine Dragons and can be best described as an epic synth ballad with some definite winks towards the 80′s.

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