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From: United Kingdom

Pop, Americana, Rock

10am Records is proud to announce the release of ‘10 o’clock in the morning’ the debut solo album from Alan Windram. 11 tracks of melodic, sun-kissed Scottish Americana, with harmonies and hooks to die for.

Following the release of three successful independent albums with Edinburgh-based indie favourites ‘Splendid’, singer/songwriter Alan Windram returned to the studio to work on his debut solo album. The resulting tracks were recorded and mastered by ‘Alex Tronic Records’ boss Paul Croan, with the finishing touches added after Alan spent a month touring California on his Triumph - following in the tyre tracks of Steve McQueen, through the streets of San Francisco, across the Golden Gate bridge and into the west.

“The string section gears up behind a rock guitar and breaks into an anthemic chorus – must be Snow Patrol. A rhythmic acoustic strum underpins a melodic vocal – must be Travis. Well, no on both accounts; these are apt descriptions for I Just Don’t Know and Whenever you Are Near, tracks three and four on the debut album by Alan Windram. The former lead singer with Edinburgh indie band Splendid self-consciously elbows his way towards the sound of Scotland’s stadium elite, but there’s no denying he knows how to craft a tune, and in its own low key way this is another wee cracker to add to the Scottish pop canon”

The Herald ****

Alan Windram-10 o'clock in the Morning. Windram describes his sound as "melodic, sun-kissed Scottish Americana" and who am I to argue? Fans of Daniel Wylie, his Cosmic Rough Riders, Teenage Fanclub and The Primary 5 will want to check out this disc. Highlights include the TF-ish "Someday", the catchy "Crazy Girl", the jangly "Under Her Spell", and "Out of My Head", the excellent uptempo rocker which closes out the album. A promising solo debut from the ex-Splendid Scotsman.

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