Ed Fram breathes new life into the traditional folk singer songwriter genre with his stunning new folk album.

Ed Fram breathes new life into the traditional folk singer songwriter genre with his stunning new folk album.

Ed Fram is an exciting songwriting talent from London England. Like one of his greatest influences, Leonard Cohen, 37-year-old Fram comes onto the music scene having lived many lives up to now.

Since releasing his music last year, Fram has become one of the most heavily featured folk artists on Amazing Radio (U.K. & U.S.A.), with thousands of airplays to date. His song That Kind of Beauty was quickly picked up and broadcast by BBC Radio also, where DJ Sarah Gosling described it as “catchy” and “so beautiful”.

Ed’s brand new album: Songs of Ed Fram

In the same way that Bob Dylan drew inspiration from his musical idol Woody Guthrie at the start of his career, in this debut album Ed Fram leaves us in no doubt about who he admires most lyrically. Never is this more apparent than in Fram’s tribute song to Dylan at 80, From London to Duluth (the towns being their respective birthplaces). Fram’s lyrics are fittingly coupled with a stripped back acoustic sound throughout the album, which should appeal to fans of Cohen and Dylan’s work alike. The album also includes Heathen Heights of Hades as bonus material. This song is the album’s longest at over six minutes and is perhaps it’s most hauntingly powerful too.

Ed Fram has also published two books of poetry, The Art of Dylan and Musandam Moons: selected poems and songs, alongside a collection of hundreds of his lyrics titled Selected Lyrics 2015-2020. The new album and his books are all available to purchase from edfram.com now. The music is also available for streaming and download on major platforms now.

Each of the tracks featured on the album Songs of Ed Fram have been created in collaboration with Peter Gaines, music director for CustomAnthems Music Productions, a leading production company based in the U.K.. The album’s cover art was painted by Ross Foster, a highly regarded London-based impressionist and is his interpretation of a photograph taken at Watts Gallery Artists’ Village in Surrey, England.

Ed Fram’s follow-up album is already in the works and due to be released later in the year 2022.

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