Welsh singer songwriter Noah Francis Johnson plays his track 'For A Long Time' taken from his forthcoming 'Harvest Tree' EP out on October 22nd 2014 through Last Ten Records.
In the video, Johnson is performing a tender acoustic rendition of the song in an intimate live session, accompanied by a harmonica player. With a warm melody and heartfelt lyrics, the track is another deep look into Noah Francis Johnson's soul which he displayed remarkably well in his debut album 'Life & Times'.
Johnson has been inundated with praise from the likes of record producer Quincy Jones, as well as TV invitations from the BBC, and he's been asked to work on a forthcoming Ray Charles project. Earlier this year, he spoke to us about the release of his debut album, which he described as being 'inspired by my whole life to date'. As for meeting Quincy Jones, Johnson could only compare the experience to 'meeting God', and after working with Killing Joke's Geordie Walker, he was overwhelmed by a feeling of 'rock and roll'. 'He made the biggest impact on me', he admitted at the time. Johnson will be launching the new EP at KPH in London on October 22nd.
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