A Beautiful Alt-Rock Album: Annihilation Signals by Lee Switzer-Woolf
London-based musician Lee Switzer-Woolf is a Singer-Songwriter with a highly expressive voice, that borders on pop, alt-rock, and indie
Singer-songwriter Lee Switzer-Woolf, a UK-based artist, has released his latest album Annihilation Signals. This is the third LP he has released and it continues to showcase his talent as a singer-songwriter with a unique voice that can be found in both his lyrics and his melodies.
The upcoming release, Annihilation Signals, is the second solo album from Reading, Pennsylvania-based Singer-Songwriter Lee Switzer-Woolf, and is the follow-up to 2022’s Scientific Automatic Palmistry.
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It was clear from the beginning of the project that the debut album would be stripped down and folktronica heavy, with songs that were a combination of deeply reflective folk songs with simple arrangements, as well as stripped-down and acoustic-heavy folktronica.
The album ranges from pop to punk to soft rock to art rock and beyond. It’s definitely an eclectic mix that can be hard to pin down in terms of genre, but that makes it all the more interesting as a listening experience! Check out his YouTube Music Video of Yucatán:
It’s a unique album that is sure to surprise and entertain listeners. It has something for everyone, so give it a try! You won’t be disappointed.
If you’re looking for something new to listen to this summer, Annihilation Signals is worth checking out—and if you’re interested in supporting independent artists who make thoughtful, beautiful music, be sure to check out their website, and follow them on Spotify.