Saturday, April 13, 2024

Danny Worsnops venture into Outlaw Country has matured effortlessly

From Hardcore to Rock ‘n’ Roll and now Blues, Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot frontman Danny Worsnop has taken to his new musical venture like a fish to water! The ever eclectic musician has delivered an album of raw, emotional songs about personal highs and lows during his successful career via his solo debut album ‘The Long Road Home’.

Even (only) at the age of 26, Danny has experienced more ups and downs than most. His most recent personal tragedy is stripped of all sugar, spice and all things “nice” then offered straight up as the album opener ‘Prozac’ and it leads by example for the twelve-song set. After selling more than half a million albums worldwide, his chosen lifestyle left Danny homeless three times, hospitalised numerous times and emitted to rehab on two occasions, so you can expect to find a deeper and darker glimpse into the British-born, Nashville-based musicians mind.

“Long-time fans will see him in a more personal and reflective mood”

Danny Worsnops

Last month saw a special one-off album launch show at London’s Lexington as well as a day earlier becoming one of the first artist to play a live-streamed show at YouTube’s new “Curator Space”.

Worsnop comments: “With the help of some incredible and very talented people, I am pleased to announce that in 2017 I will be releasing my first album as a solo artist. It has been an emotional roller-coaster creating these songs, but the end result has left me humbled, proud, and more excited about a project than I ever have been in my life”.

The Long Road Home is available now on limited-edition signed CD and coloured vinyl, along with a range of merch bundles.

Adam Hemmings
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