30/10/18

Listen to ‘Lost and Found’ recorded live at the Roundhouse

Originally on Johnny Flynn's 2010 album Been Listening, Lost and Found became a live highlight and fan-favourite straight away. A live version of the song, recorded at the Roundhouse last year, is out today, ahead of the full live album coming out on 30 November. Live at the Roundhouse is available to pre-order now on signed triple vinyl and signed double CD.

Listen to Lost and Found here.

Live At The Roundhouse is 24 tracks long and pulled from a decade's worth of music. Fans will hear renditions of songs from Johnny's "Masterclass" (4/5 The Independent) debut album A Larum, sophomore Been Listening, an album "radical in its honesty" (8/10 Drowned in Sound), Country Mile, "an extremely clever and nuanced record" (Mojo) and his most recent effort, Sillion, which explored the idea of man's endeavour to connect with the earth while separated from it; "Another exploratory and remarkably high-caliber LP" (AllMusic 4.5/5). The album also features a bonus studio cut; the much requested and never released 3-verse rendition of Johnny's Detectorists theme.

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