The White Hare
West Country born singer songwriter Seth Lakeman's rapid rise from the underground looks set to continue when he releases his next single from 'Freedom Fields'. The album was originally recorded for Â£500 in the kitchen studio of his brother's Dartmoor cottage and is a testament to Seth's raw talent, unfettered musicianship and far-sighted DIY determination.
The new single 'The White Hare' (released 16th October on Relentless) was inspired by an ancient tale from his native Dartmoor, but somehow totally modern, Seth manages to refract personal experiences and emotions through this story. In doing so he has found a unique lyrical voice - one that encompasses universal themes of love and loss. The songs strong sense of time and place is also a great example of what makes Seth's song writing so vital, and also what differentiates him from his contemporaries.
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