|10th February 2022|
The Liquid Room
9C Victoria Street, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 2HE
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Benjamin Francis Leftwich was the first artist signed to Dirty Hit Records, whereupon he released his acclaimed debut album ‘Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm’ in 2011. The album hit the top 40 in the UK and included the hit single ‘Shine’ which was remixed by tropical house king Kygo and named by Spotify their “most addictive song of 2014”; the song that was repeat-played most often that year.
He followed his debut album with 2016’s ‘After The Rain’, after a 5 year break, in part due to the death of his father. The record was met with critical acclaim, with The Guardian dubbing it “fragile, precious, oddly comforting” in their 4-star review of the album. He followed that with third album ‘Gratitude’ in 2019, which was deemed “graceful and honest” by DIY in their 4-star review.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich has sold over 180,000 albums worldwide, with over 500 million streams to date. His new album ‘To Carry A Whale’ will be released on June 18th via Dirty Hit.
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