Passenger wants fans another sound
The new album from Passenger sounds different than his fans of his are accustomed to. For the first time was singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg, a plate together with a backing band.
“A big difference,” said the British singer. According to Rosenberg, the album is now really a group result. “From beginning to end, the band was involved. Passenger does not always only from me.”
Young As The Morning, Old As The Sea, is the eighth plate of the Passenger and is Friday. The cd was recorded in New Zealand in the studio of Crowded House frontman Neil Finn.
As with his previous records All The Little Lights and Whispers also worked producer Chris Vallejo back to the plate, to the delight of Rosenberg. “He is my best friend. He gives me confidence and protects me. In addition, he is a real perfectionist, and we know what we can do for each other. That works very well.”
Not only in the studio is Rosenberg not only. During his current tour, on October 26, the Ziggo Dome on you, he also takes his band. And that is for him to get used to. “It is a big challenge. I’m used to always doing everything alone and also spontaneous songs in which the audience asks for. That will soon be no more,” he says.
Yet it is for the public also nice that there is something happening on stage. “They look for five or six years to me. Now they can finally see something else.”