Tamas Wells - The Plantation 2017

Tamas Wells is an Australian singer-songwriter based in Rangoon, Burma. Wells first came to attention in his home country in 2002 with airplay of a three-track demo”Cigarettes, a Tie and a Free Magazine”, recorded with three friends. They followed this up with an EP “Stitch in Time” in the same year. The band took off in 2004 when they were spotted by record producer Tim Whitten and invited to record their debut album ”A Mark on the Pane” with Popboomerang Records. Beginning that year, they performed five national tours. Wells has been described as having "the type of voice that you assume could only come from spending your school years continually being beaten up behind the bike racks. It is an instrument so frail and timid yet stunning in its clarity whilst still holding a glimpse of some deeper inner strength.” Heartfelt indie folk on stage in Shanghai.
2017-11-30

Tamas Wells - The Plantation 2017

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