A Brixton-based singer-songwriter has launched a folks EP which he wrote and recorded by himself throughout the first lockdown.
Josiah Mortimer’s four-track launch known as This City pays tribute to the heroes of the pandemic – together with members of his family
The 27-year-old stated: “When scribbling down these songs within the first lockdown, I by no means thought I’d be releasing them in one other lockdown practically a yr on.
“However I hope that makes them extra related. It’s been a very welcome distraction – my means of processing all the things that’s happening.”
Josiah performed all the totally different devices himself, which included each acoustic and electrical guitar, banjo and bass, in addition to offering vocals
The EP is free to obtain however Josiah is encouraging listeners to donate to charity FareShare, which is working to finish starvation and meals waste.
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