ASKING ALEXANDRIA Frontman DANNY WORSNOP To Release 'Shades Of Blue' Solo Album In May
April 10, 2019
ASKING ALEXANDRIA frontman Danny Worsnop will release a new solo album, "Shades Of Blue", on May 10 via Sumerian Records. The official music video for the latest single from the disc, "Best Bad Habit", can be seen below. A soulful horn section kicks off the track whilst Danny's signature power-rasp soars over a whiskey-soaked blues backdrop sure to have even the most reluctant of toes tapping along.
In a very different lane to the raucous heavy rock and metal ASKING ALEXANDRIA is known for, Danny's latest solo project is an 11-track blues bonanza that provides the perfect landscape for the beautifully soulful side of Danny's phenomenal vocal range and dexterous songwriting ability.
From the Clapton-esque guitar licks and bright organ bursts of previously released single "Little Did I Know" to the heartbreaking ballads "Tomorrow" and "I've Been Down", from the disco-inspired horn blasts and rhythm guitars of "Keep On Lovin'" to the gorgeous, smoky barroom duet "Edge Of Goodbye" and the country-tinged slide guitar of "Tell Her", "Shades Of Blue" is an authentically honest body of work from one of this generation's most remarkable vocalists.
Danny will hit the road next month for a 24-date headline tour of the U.S.
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