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Passenger Young as the Morning Deluxe Edition CD/DVD

Passenger Young as the Morning Deluxe Edition CD/DVD

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TRACKS CD 1 01 Everything 06 Young as the Morning Old as the Sea 02 If You Go 07 Beautiful Birds (feat. Birdy) 03 When We Were Young 08 The Long Road 04 Anywhere 09 Fool's Gold 05 Somebody's Love 10 Home

DVD 2 01 Young As The Morning Old As The Sea (Documentary) 05 Anywhere (Live from Roundhead Studios, January 2016) 02 Everything (Live from Roundhead Studios, January 2016) 06 Somebody's Love (Live from Roundhead Studios, January 2016) 03 If You Go (Live from Roundhead Studios, January 2016) 07 Home (Live from Roundhead Studios, January 2016) 04 Young As The Morning Old As The Sea (Live from Roundhead Studios, January 2016)

ALBUM FACTS Genre: Folk Description: ?Young as the Morning Old as the Sea? is the 8th studio album from Mike Rosenberg the Brighton-born singer/songwriter better known as Passenger. A prolific achievement for an artist who is still only just turned 30 last year. The album was recorded at a combination of Roundhead Studios in Auckland, a studio lovingly built from scratch by Neil Finn and back at Linear studios in Sydney. 

ARTIST & INFO Hometown: Brighton, England The last year or so has certainly been a wild and wonderful ride for Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger: from years dedicated to busking the streets of towns and cities across the globe, to sudden worldwide recognition with his international hit “Let Her Go.” Long before Passenger’s unmistakable voice unexpectedly found a home on mainstream radio wavesaround the world, thanks in large part to his breakthrough track “Let Her Go” (a #1 chart-topper in 20 countries), Rosenberg was committed to taking his music to the people literally one street at a time. When the Brighton UK-born artist’s band broke up in 2007, Rosenberg inadvertently set about forging hisown musical path as a genuine troubadour. He held onto the band’s name, Passenger, and began travellingfrom town to town, across countries and continents, armed with only his guitar and his voice and a swagof unique songs. He played them to whoever would listen, wherever, and for whatever loose change theymight be willing to spare. “I’ve basically funded my last four records from busking,” says Mike. “The busking pays for everythingreally. It’s an amazing thing to have stumbled upon because the dilemma for every musician is – how do Iput a hundred per cent of myself into my music whilst keeping myself together? It’s not a new problem –it’s always been the case – but with busking I found I could make a bit of money and at the same timespread the word and grow a fan base. Honestly, the more I do it, the more I enjoy it. It’s great that it’sgetting bigger for me. I feel very lucky to be able to play some really big gigs and festivals now but I stilllove playing in the street and want to carry on doing so for as long as it’s possible. It has become a wayof life and I really start to miss it if I don't do it for a while."