2019 release. This album follows high-profile Best Single and Newcomer of The Year wins at his home country's Icelandic Music Awards, as well as mounting critical attention in the United States. Across The Borders was self-produced and completely written by Júníus Meyvant, with engineering and mixing done by Gudmundur Kristinn Jónsson (Asgeir, Erlend Oye, Hjálmar) at the renowned Hljódriti Studio on the outskirts of Reykjavík. The richly orchestrated album embraces a wide palette of sounds and is awash with soulful, charming melodies. Throughout the eleven tracks, the natural warmth of his unmistakeable vocals are matched and heightened by a full string section and brass ensemble, creating a hearty wall of blissful sound.
2019 release. This album follows high-profile Best Single and Newcomer of The Year wins at his home country's Icelandic Music Awards, as well as mounting critical attention in the United States. Across The Borders was self-produced and completely written by Júníus Meyvant, with engineering and mixing done by Gudmundur Kristinn Jónsson (Asgeir, Erlend Oye, Hjálmar) at the renowned Hljódriti Studio on the outskirts of Reykjavík. The richly orchestrated album embraces a wide palette of sounds and is awash with soulful, charming melodies. Throughout the eleven tracks, the natural warmth of his unmistakeable vocals are matched and heightened by a full string section and brass ensemble, creating a hearty wall of blissful sound.
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Format: CD
Label: GLASSNOTE
Rel. Date: 01/25/2019
UPC: 810599022525

Across The Borders
Artist: Junius Meyvant
Format: CD
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2019 release. This album follows high-profile Best Single and Newcomer of The Year wins at his home country's Icelandic Music Awards, as well as mounting critical attention in the United States. Across The Borders was self-produced and completely written by Júníus Meyvant, with engineering and mixing done by Gudmundur Kristinn Jónsson (Asgeir, Erlend Oye, Hjálmar) at the renowned Hljódriti Studio on the outskirts of Reykjavík. The richly orchestrated album embraces a wide palette of sounds and is awash with soulful, charming melodies. Throughout the eleven tracks, the natural warmth of his unmistakeable vocals are matched and heightened by a full string section and brass ensemble, creating a hearty wall of blissful sound.