Conehead, in partnership with Julian Lennon/MFAR release the stunning “Everything Changes” [Music From Another Room], a masterwork of powerfully vulnerable and sophisticatedly accessible adult pop. Julian’s melding of uplifting introspection and thoughtful social commentary with refined hooks has made for a compelling six-album body of work. His debut, “Valotte” (Atlantic), yielded two top ten hits—the title track and “Too Late for Goodbyes”—and was nominated for a Grammy for “Best New Artist.” He went on to have #1 singles on the U.S. album rock charts. Internationally, one of his most popular songs “Saltwater” charted successfully around the world. Released in his 50th year, this new version of the album also now includes the lead single “Someday” and a new song ‘In Between’.
The poignancy and poise of “Everything Changes” opens the album and sets a universally spiritual tone. The beautifully crafted lead single “Someday” features mystical Eastern melodic motifs and boasts guest vocalist Steven Tyler. Other album standouts are the mesmerizing piano pop ballad “Lookin’ 4 Luv” and the euphoric rocker “Just For You.” Besides Steven Tyler, also guesting on the album is musician/producer Peter Vettese (Jethro Tull, Annie Lennox, Pet Shop Boys), singer-songwriter Paul Buchanan (Blue Nile), legendary songwriter Mark Spiro (Heart, Laura Branigan, Lita Ford), singer/producer/composer Tim Ellis, as well as longtime friends Gregory Darling, Justin Clayton, and Guy Pratt. Julian with Grant Ransom jointly produced the album.
1. Everything Changes (Lennon/Vettese) / 2. Someday (Lennon/Tyler/Spiro/Frederiksen) / 3. Lookin’ 4 Luv (Lennon/Vettese) / 4. Hold On (Lennon/Darling) / 5. Touch the Sky (Lennon/Vettese) / 6. Invisible (Lennon/Buchanan) / 7. Just for You (Lennon/Spiro) / 8. Always (Lennon/Clayton) / 9. Disconnected (Lennon/Vettese/Spiro) / 10. Never Let You Go (Lennon/Chambers) / 11. Guess It Was Me (Lennon/Vettese/Ellis/Ransom) / 12. In Between (Lennon/Spiro) / 13. Don’t Wake Me Up (Lennon/Darling) / 14. Beautiful (Lennon/Darling)
A renaissance man with various passions, Julian’s photography career has seen his exhibitions presented internationally with many outstanding reviews, not only for his premiere exhibition “Timeless” with the Morrison Hotel Gallery in 2010 (NYC) and recently in 2013 (Los Angeles), but also for his multiple showings during Art Basel Miami. He has worked extensively with U2, his brother Sean, and photographed his friend Charlene Wittstock, exclusively for Vogue, prior to her civil wedding to Prince Albert II of Monaco. His philanthropic pursuits have been equally significant to him, with extensive charitable work through his White Feather Foundation. But the love of, and need to express himself through, music has always been a constant.
“Everything Changes” has all the hallmarks of Julian Lennon’s acclaimed music, yet glows with tender wisdom gleaned from his many life explorations.
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