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Johnny Flynn threatens to become a star of a different order if his 2014 film with Anne Hathaway, Song One, becomes a measurable hit. As of the fall of 2013—with the release of his third album, Country Mile—he’s still a low-key British singer/songwriter working in an Americana style with his longtime collaborator Adam Beach of The Sussex Wit. Flynn’s acting background handily puts him in character as a busking troubadour who sings quaint songs such as “After Eliot” (that’s T.S. Eliot, of course), “Gypsy Hymn,” “Fol-De-Rol," and “Tinker’s Trail.” While some folks who know Flynn will tell you he’s well-acquainted with electricity and other signs of modernity, he doesn’t let such awarenesses impinge on these old-fashioned and melodic tunes. Recorded over two years at different studios in London and New York, Country Mile continues on the promise of his idiosyncratic 2008 debut, A Larum. This rustic acoustic style is sure to resonate among Mumford & Sons fans, with whom he's often the shared a touring stage.

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Amazing. Just wonderful. Worth the wait.

Great Music

He keeps on outdoing himself.

Amazing album!

I have followed Johnny's career since his first album, and he just keeps getting better and better! Much worth the wait, fantastic album!


Born: London, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

An actor, poet, and Americana-styled songwriter, Johnny Flynn was initially a member of British folk group the Sussex Wit before moving up to become the group's frontman. As would befit someone with such a varied artistic background, Flynn cited both W.B. Yeats and Shakespeare as influences, as well as musicians such as John Fahey, Vaughan Williams, and Langhorne Slim. Flynn's debut album, A Larum (recorded with the Sussex Wit but credited with his name), was released in 2008 on Vertigo Records in...
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