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Aplin is, of course, immensely proud of her second album, but with the added satisfaction that comes of having it done exactly to her own script. She made the album in the home studio of her friend and producer Luke Potashnick, guitarist with blues-rock band The Temperance Movement. Aplin benefited from the win-win that was thoughtfully covering Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s The Power Of Love for John Lewis’s Christmas 2012 campaign. The song, a UK chart-topper, was subsequently synced on the soundtrack of an Australian zombie drama, which pushed it to No 1 Down Under.
Gabrielle Aplin Lights Up The Dark + Comes Into Her Own On New Album. After a widely successful debut album, the pressure to please fans while staying true to your own direction is high for any new artist. You want to progress your sound without alienating anyone in the process. Thankfully, this year has seen many sophomore efforts drop with shimmering success, with Gabrielle Aplin’s being one of them. Light Up The Dark finds the British singer, songwriter, and record-label owner pivoting away from her airy sound and adding layers of old synths, experimental microphones, and guitars to it. The result is nothing short of impressive.
This is the biography page for Neil Aplin. Fathers and Demons; Glimpses of the Future on Oct. 23, 2015 In Fathers and Demons; Glimpses of the Future, Lorinda J. Taylor develops the character of one of her most fascinating protagonists, the Captain Robbie Nikalishin, who despite constant mispronouncements of his surname conquers this as well as the traumatic initial journey into the depths of the galaxy from a previous novel to find himself strong enough to accept the offer of.