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Alternative Acoustic 4-Piece Ensemble ‘The Small Change Diaries’ Announce Release of Second Album ‘Lullabies for Cynics’

After forming back in 2014 and since releasing both a debut album and EP, The Small Change Diaries are all set to release their second album Lullabies for Cynics, which will be available from 3rd November 2017. The release will be celebrated with a launch gig set to take place at Sunny Bank Mills on its release date. Watch ‘Birdman’ here

Their debut album ‘Adam Blames Eve’ received critical acclaim from the likes of BBC Introducing and thus far, the tracks ‘Huggie Crying Thing’ and ‘I Know What You’re Saying’ from the new album have been played on BBC Introducing Leeds, giving them a promising start. With a rich variation of instruments, The Small Change Diaries create poetic, acoustic songs with thought provoking lyrics and a heartfelt delivery.

Similar to their previous EP ‘Protest Songs’, their latest album Lullabies for Cynics was inspired by world events in the past 18 months. Described by the collective themselves as ‘music for the head and heart’, various tracks touch on specific affairs such as the Paris attack and changes in USA politics, leaving the listener with a lot to think about. The album also features some stellar international musicians, including Laurent Zeller from France, and Phil Doleman, both who have decades of musical experience.

The album was recorded over a 12 month period and has been a labour of love for the 4-piece. After performing at both UK and overseas festivals over the duration of the summer, they’re now ready to settle back in the UK to promote their album, starting with their album launch gig on 3rd November 2017 at Sunny Bank Mills. Information about further upcoming live dates can be found on their social media pages.

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