Cardiff soul singer Noah Francis Johnson has released a scenic video for the title track of his upcoming debut album 'Life And Times', due to be released on February 24th 2014 through Last Ten Records Ltd.
The video features the brawny musician pushing what seems to be a broken down motorbike over some foggy hills and through a beach in what looks to be the British countryside. It's a moving acoustic track that may be slow and mellow, but is an uplifting offering all the same that lyrically sums up the autobiographical album.
Thanks to his entertainer father, Noah Francis Johnson has been performing all his life in between his boxing and dancing ventures. He has received an incredible amount of praise from various publications about 'Life & Times', which was recorded at both Abbey Road and Metropolis Studios, and was even applauded by record producing giant Quincy Jones.
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