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Darren Hanlon is an Australian songwriter who finds odd little points to ponder within the big picture. His simple folk melodies are the perfect vehicle for his dry, expressive delivery. “Modern History” sounds like a classic mid-tempo rock ‘n’ roll song with chirpy harmonies coursing through Hanlon’s lesson for the day. “Scenes From a Separation” has a measured flow and vocals that remain calm as the details describe an atmosphere that’s not nearly so smooth. “All These Things” includes call-and-response vocals that are reminiscent of Jonathan Richman. “House” is a desolate song about a relationship that’s no longer in effect. “Folk Insomnia” and “Butterfly Bones” turn to the humorous side of folk. “If Only My Heart Were Made of Stone” is a quick-stepping country number about the downside of love. “Buy Me Presents” has a skiffle sound to pump up its sales pitch. “What Can We Say?” is a sweet piano-based number that emphasizes Hanlon’s compassionate voice that sounds like the perfect everyman in action.

Customer Reviews

Charming and fun

Darren was such a treat to watch live and his studio album holds up. He's clever, quick-witted and so damn cute you want to put him in your pocket.


Simply amazing. It had me from Butterfly bones.
He kinda reminds me of a male Kimya Dawson.


Born: Australia

Genre: Alternative

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

A veteran of the Australian music scene, having completed stints as a supporting guitarist and keyboard player for the Lucksmiths, the Simpletons, the Deerhunters, and Mick Thomas, singer/songwriter Darren Hanlon officially stepped out on his own in 1999. A charming and clever songwriter, drawing comparisons to Evan Dando and Billy Bragg, Hanlon wasted little time in establishing himself as a compelling songwriter with his observational wit and memorable pop hooks. Releasing his Early Days EP in...
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