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The British singer/songwriter takes a windswept looks at loss and redemption.

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Album worth waiting for

I so love him it's is was worth the wait and still have us waiting

By far their best album.

I am so glad this album finally came out. It was absolutely worth the wait. It is by far their best album yet. I am so happy with every single track. They never disappoint. I really needed this album. It's outstanding.

Wonderful

This album is wonderful! All the songs compliment each other. The songs are soft but deal with harder themes which I think is beautiful! Personally a fan of Kicking Roses.

Biography

Born: September 4, 1989 in York, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Benjamin Francis Leftwich is a singer/songwriter whose melancholic brand of acoustic folk-pop has drawn comparisons with the likes of Jose Gonzalez and Iron & Wine. Born in York in 1989 to South African and Australian parents, Leftwich lived a nomadic childhood, spending just as much time in Sydney as in his native U.K.. Inspired by Elliott Smith and Bruce Springsteen, he taught himself to play the guitar at age ten, and fronted indie pop outfit the Nicoles in his teens before embarking on a solo...
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After the Rain, Benjamin Francis Leftwich
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Music
  • Released: Aug 19, 2016

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