Simone Felice Announces New Album and New Single feat. The Lumineers

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US based folk singer-songwriter Simone Felice has announced plans to release a brand new album in 2014. The album is titled Strangers and is set for release on the 24th March.

The first single from Strangers is “Molly-O!” which features backing vocals from Wesley Schultz & Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers. Felice had the following to say about the single and album:

“Isn’t it wild how, when it comes to matters of the heart, we can start out so fanatical, so certain, only to end up as strangers in the end? Remote even to ourselves over time, strangers in the mirror…

Molly-O! is a bit of a tongue-in-cheek salute/requiem to the itinerant panhandler I was as a kid, an exercise in not taking one’s early sins or one’s current self too seriously. In the studio we had the core band as well as my brother James on accordion and harmonies, and were lucky to have a friend Zach Alford (Bowie, Springsteen) on the kit (I play drums on most of the album but sometimes you just have to give up the seat), as well as a drunken horn section. I want it to be a song where we get to go off the rails a bit, as we all seem to posses the need to lose ourselves from time to time by whichever vehicle: Love, pills, technology, booze, lust, music… pick your poison.”

Listen to “Molly-O!” below:

1 Comment

  1. December 20, 2013 at 13:12

    […] – Simone Felice has revealed his new single “Molly-O!” featuring members of The Lumineers from his upcoming album Strangers. Details here […]


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