Home-Grown

von The Lone John Harps 02.11.2018 Copyright Alternative, Blues, Country, Folk, Rock

Home-grown is a fragmented collage of different experiences, encounters and ideas. Like a musical « Bildungsroman » it deals with the birth, childhood and coming of age of an individual walking the narrow edge between fiction and reality.

When I first started playing music, it quickly became a way to relate to a world that I didn't, and still don't, really get. There was a feeling that something was missing, something I could find within my family and a handful of friends but that by and large was gone, or had never been there. In this sense, music was as much a flight from reality as it was the only way I knew to genuinely interact with the world.

Music became a way to detach myself more or less completely from the surrounding madness, while also playing a part from afar. I wanted to disappear behind a voice carrying around, disembodied yet present.

The songs on "Home-Grown" deal with these topics: birth, death, friendship, memories, sense and senselessness.

It was recorded after a 6500 km long bicycle-trip from New York to Los Angeles.



Gesamtlänge 25:21
1. Medium_album_cover
01:30/04:44
Song for a newborn

Home-grown is a fragmented collage of different experiences, encounters and ideas. Like a musical « Bildungsroman » it deals with the birth, childhood and coming of age of an individual walking the narrow edge between fiction and reality.

When I first started playing music, it quickly became a way to relate to a world that I didn't, and still don't, really get. There was a feeling that something was missing, something I could find within my family and a handful of friends but that by and large was gone, or had never been there. In this sense, music was as much a flight from reality as it was the only way I knew to genuinely interact with the world.

Music became a way to detach myself more or less completely from the surrounding madness, while also playing a part from afar. I wanted to disappear behind a voice carrying around, disembodied yet present.

The songs on "Home-Grown" deal with these topics: birth, death, friendship, memories, sense and senselessness.

It was recorded after a 6500 km long bicycle-trip from New York to Los Angeles.



04:44 1,00 €
2. Medium_album_cover
01:30/03:22
Liverpool

Home-grown is a fragmented collage of different experiences, encounters and ideas. Like a musical « Bildungsroman » it deals with the birth, childhood and coming of age of an individual walking the narrow edge between fiction and reality.

When I first started playing music, it quickly became a way to relate to a world that I didn't, and still don't, really get. There was a feeling that something was missing, something I could find within my family and a handful of friends but that by and large was gone, or had never been there. In this sense, music was as much a flight from reality as it was the only way I knew to genuinely interact with the world.

Music became a way to detach myself more or less completely from the surrounding madness, while also playing a part from afar. I wanted to disappear behind a voice carrying around, disembodied yet present.

The songs on "Home-Grown" deal with these topics: birth, death, friendship, memories, sense and senselessness.

It was recorded after a 6500 km long bicycle-trip from New York to Los Angeles.



03:22 1,00 €
3. Medium_album_cover
01:30/03:43
Misspending our youth

Home-grown is a fragmented collage of different experiences, encounters and ideas. Like a musical « Bildungsroman » it deals with the birth, childhood and coming of age of an individual walking the narrow edge between fiction and reality.

When I first started playing music, it quickly became a way to relate to a world that I didn't, and still don't, really get. There was a feeling that something was missing, something I could find within my family and a handful of friends but that by and large was gone, or had never been there. In this sense, music was as much a flight from reality as it was the only way I knew to genuinely interact with the world.

Music became a way to detach myself more or less completely from the surrounding madness, while also playing a part from afar. I wanted to disappear behind a voice carrying around, disembodied yet present.

The songs on "Home-Grown" deal with these topics: birth, death, friendship, memories, sense and senselessness.

It was recorded after a 6500 km long bicycle-trip from New York to Los Angeles.



03:43 1,00 €
4. Medium_album_cover
01:30/05:08
Beautiful Friend (A fine balance)

Home-grown is a fragmented collage of different experiences, encounters and ideas. Like a musical « Bildungsroman » it deals with the birth, childhood and coming of age of an individual walking the narrow edge between fiction and reality.

When I first started playing music, it quickly became a way to relate to a world that I didn't, and still don't, really get. There was a feeling that something was missing, something I could find within my family and a handful of friends but that by and large was gone, or had never been there. In this sense, music was as much a flight from reality as it was the only way I knew to genuinely interact with the world.

Music became a way to detach myself more or less completely from the surrounding madness, while also playing a part from afar. I wanted to disappear behind a voice carrying around, disembodied yet present.

The songs on "Home-Grown" deal with these topics: birth, death, friendship, memories, sense and senselessness.

It was recorded after a 6500 km long bicycle-trip from New York to Los Angeles.



05:08 1,00 €
5. Medium_album_cover
01:30/08:24
Won't change my fucking mind

Home-grown is a fragmented collage of different experiences, encounters and ideas. Like a musical « Bildungsroman » it deals with the birth, childhood and coming of age of an individual walking the narrow edge between fiction and reality.

When I first started playing music, it quickly became a way to relate to a world that I didn't, and still don't, really get. There was a feeling that something was missing, something I could find within my family and a handful of friends but that by and large was gone, or had never been there. In this sense, music was as much a flight from reality as it was the only way I knew to genuinely interact with the world.

Music became a way to detach myself more or less completely from the surrounding madness, while also playing a part from afar. I wanted to disappear behind a voice carrying around, disembodied yet present.

The songs on "Home-Grown" deal with these topics: birth, death, friendship, memories, sense and senselessness.

It was recorded after a 6500 km long bicycle-trip from New York to Los Angeles.



08:24 1,00 €