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Leif Vollebekk learns to let go

Since releasing his latest album ‘Twin Solitude’ in February, Leif Vollebekk has toured the UK twice, supporting Gregory Alan Isakov and Margaret Glaspy. Next month he returns for a series of headlining shows, including a performance at Moth Club on 21 November.

Ahead of his return, the Canadian multi-instrumentalist tells us about mesmerising audiences, Neil Young’s greatest record, relinquishing control to the songwriting process, Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’, teaching people new words, and his “terrible Lancaster accent”.

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Leif Vollebekk feels ‘Twin Solitude’ at Islington Assembly Hall

Leif Vollebekk, who releases his new album on 24 February, is headed to the UK for a series of UK dates in March and April with Gregory Alan Isakov.

Vollebekk plays Islington Assembly Hall on 3 April.

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