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Album Review

In January 2011 Darren Hayman set about writing and recording a song each day with an accompanying video. This limited edition two CD set brings together all 31 tracks and features collaborations with The Wave Pictures, Allo Darlin’ and Terry Edwards. Each edition features unique hand drawn artwork from Hayman himself., Rovi

Customer Reviews

Brilliant album, great concept

Love Darren Hayman, he really can do no wrong. Brilliant heart-warming, well put-togehter, delicate lyrics and lovely melodies. Collaborations are excellent, personal favourite being 'I Know I F*cked Up' Bit pricy but for what you get I cannot reccommend this enough.

Biography

Born: 30 November 1970 in Brentford, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Darren Hayman was the driving force behind the beloved but underheard Hefner; since that group's de facto dissolution in the early 2000s, he has remained active with numerous bands and solo projects. A prolific songwriter with a folksy, unpolished singing voice, a penchant for lo-fi recording, and a knack for touching character sketches, witty relationship dissections, and topical references to things like pop musicians and quaint British cultural institutions, his music (with Hefner specifically)...
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