London britrock/grunge musician George Hennessey has revealed his new single “Memory Lane“.
The track features on his upcoming debut album “If You Can’t Find What You’re Looking For Please Ask“, due out on February 3 through MASSIVE 92 Records.
Nodding to the unabashed, audience-unifying pop/rock masterclasses of the 90s, “Memory Lane” is both compulsively anthemic and artfully nostalgic. The song in fact dates back to those solitary days of the second lockdown.
A song about hedonistic escapism and hope for the future, George explains:
“I wrote “Memory Lane” during the second lockdown whilst on an LSD trip. As things got quite intense I picked up my guitar to distract myself and outcome this song within minutes. It’s about feeling a sense of optimism and finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel in regards to covid.”
“Memory Lane” is the latest in a succession of singles to be unchained from his feverishly anticipated album release, following the release of recent hit-single “Prisoner”. Co-produced and mastered by the esteemed Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica, Ringo Starr, Mew) and mixed by James Kenosha (Dry The River, Pulled Apart By Horses, Pastel), this is a debut to make a noise about.
Buy it here and stream it below.
Following a busy year of live dates with appearances across European festivals such as Y Not?(UK), Isle of Wight Festival (UK), Victorious (UK) and Rolling Stone Beach (DE), plus prominent club shows in Berlin, Hamburg and London; Hennessey is now sizing up a momentous headline show at the Half Moon in Putney on the evening of his upcoming album release.