Adam Lanceley’s calling as a musician and his inspirational story has led to the creation of his fifth album, Postcards from Then…, from which the single ‘Those Rose Tinted Days’ is taken.
At the age of just 10, Adam was involved in a car crash that left him with serious head injuries and the prospect of never walking or talking again. Despite this, the ever determined Adam proved everyone wrong, re-learning his life skills and going on to produce five albums and even run the London marathon.
The track is a retrospective anthem powered by sun-drunched guitar riffs and backed up with Adam’s punchy vocal style that reflect his honest and considered song writing process. When it comes to lyrical inspiration, Adam’s mantra ‘as long as it means something to you’ makes itself evident through contemplative topics and cryptic poetics.
Adam had tried his hand at acting, landing himself a place at the prestigious East 15 Acting School, but he realised that pretending to be someone else was not an effective medium to express his feelings. The side effects of Adam’s head injuries from the car crash had a detrimental impact on his mental health and music proved to be the only release.
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