Greg Fleming new album 'Get Off At Lincoln'
Greg Fleming's new album Get off at Lincoln and out today and much of the record was inspired and is set in West Auckland.
This is Fleming's first new album since 2017's Working Poor Country.
"That was probably our most commercial record yet and it got lots of great reviews and really didn't do much. We always get on those - "the best band you've never heard of" lists, hopefully with this one we skip those and people get to hear it. I think it's our best record to date. The band’s never sounded as good.”
"The title track came about after giving directions to someone to my house. Anything can inspire a song you just have to keep your ears open," says Fleming.
Greg's first show was opening up for Texan legend Townes Van Zandt. Since then he's built up a reputation as a razor sharp songwriter - adept in a wide range of styles and settings. The Working Poor are one of Australasia's finest, forward-thinking rock bands. Their album To Hell With These Streets made the top 10 best albums of 2016 at elsewhere.co.nz - it followed the highly acclaimed Stranger In My Own Hometown and 2014's Forget the Past – which enjoyed 4 star reviews both at home and internationally. 2017's Working Poor Country was considered one of the year's overlooked gems by the Sunday Star Times and one of the top albums of 2017 by Elsewhere.
'Get Off At Lincoln' is available on all digital services here
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