Former frontman of Apollo 440 and The Grim Northern Social, Ewan MacFarlane, recently released his brand new single ‘All Those Years’ ahead of his forthcoming album Milk.  ‘All Those Years’ exalts love for his wife Jo, while its heartfelt emotions are amplified against a belting Tom Petty-esque sound.
Ewan says, “‘All Those Years’ expresses the euphoria that love still brings after being with someone for a very long time if you refuse to let it go stale. It’s about letting your partnership know that you still feel the same buzz that you felt on the first night you met.”
The video was filmed at the beautiful coastal location of Greenan Castle, Ayr. Ewan’s impassioned and charismatic performance shows just how much the song means to him, while the use of old photographs demonstrates that there’s a little nostalgia to every long-term relationship; the overriding feeling is that the love he expresses remains as powerful and life-affirming as ever.
‘All Those Years’ provides a first taste of what to expect from Ewan’s second solo record. Milk throws another thrilling, fascinating curveball after Always Everlong, an ode to his musical heroes. Now you can hear echoes of Al Green, Aerosmith, Arctic Monkeys, The Clash, Foo Fighters, Lucero and The Replacements The album was produced, written and almost entirely performed by Ewan in his home studio.

All Those Years is available now. Get your copy here.

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