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Adam Greenall is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is currently producing a unique brand of alternative music.


A diverse range of influences has inflected Greenall's music with elements of folk, blues, electronica and alternative rock music. Particular inspirations include Bon Iver, The National, Fleetwood Mac, Sufjan Stevens and Feist, resulting in accessible, melodic and inventive indie-folk music.

Debut album 'After the War' was recorded in Liverpool and released in 2015 whilst a member of progressive Manchester outfit Give Me France. Following relocation to Norwich, Greenall spent four years collaborating and performing with established local artists, including side projects with members of Killamonjambo, Dr Clyde and Funderbuck Revival. Second solo record 'Tin Man' was released in April 2020, from which singles 'Go Home' and 'Tin Man' were featured on BBC Radio. The distinctive album combined folktronica with shades of disco, classic rock and synth-pop, and was well received by listeners.

A new collection of organic, acoustic-based recordings entitled 'Waves' will be released in April 2022, supported by live appearances in the summer. 


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