Mark was invited by legendary Canadian songwriter Ron Sexsmith to join his Australian tour before Mark stepped forward with his debut live solo live work at National Theatre in Melbourne leading to invitations to tour into Canada & the U.S in the lead up to this solo release.
An intricate work of art... deadly serious compositions, the lyrics dark, winding corridors of meaning. -- Herald Sun
A celebration of love -- The Australian
Lang is a fine storyteller with a voice warm and believable -- Stack Magazine
Could easily be the album of the year -- The Music
MARK LANG BIOGRAPHY
Rich in melody and storytelling acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Mark Lang's performances are a must-see immersive live experience. -- Arts Centre Melbourne
A renowned lyricist and storyteller, Mark has written three critically acclaimed albums making many album of the year lists as the singer-songwriter of Australian indie band Skipping Girl Vinegar.
Mark’s new solo single Time’s Moving On was recorded in his back shed between surfs in the small Australian coastal village he calls home. A celebration of love, Lang sings of breaking free from the past, pushing forward and remembering to hold the ones you love close.
Time’s Moving on will be released on Friday the 15th June via MGM/Shaping Shed Records as part a part of a Canadian, Australia & European tour, including performances at the legendary Cambridge Folk Festival. The new show features set design and projected animations that deliver a sensory cross-arts experience.
Thrilling audiences from the main stages of Australia’s premier festivals including Bluesfest, Cambridge Folk festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival, Splendour In The Grass, Woodford Folk, Falls Festival, ECMA, Folk Alliance International and many more. Mark’s work has received extensive airplay on major national Australian broadcasters Triple J, ABC, Double J and community radio, as well as US college radio play with 7 weeks in the Top 100 CMJ charts, 46 top 10s and numerous #1 & #2 positions across the US.
MARK LANG TOUR DATES
June 16 - Halifax, NS
June 20 - Festival of Small Halls, PEI
June 21 - Festival of Small Halls, PEI
June 22 - Festival of Small Halls, PEI
June 23 - Rogue Coffee, Saint John, NB
June 26 - Toronto, ON
July 27 - Brussels, Belgium
July 28 - Zilleghem Folk Festival, Belgium
August 1 - Paris, France
August 2 - Cambridge Folk Festival, Cambridge, England, UK
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