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[Free Download] Sean Lennon shines in his new band

The Lennon legend still reins. John Lennon’s son, Sean, has formed a new band named The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger. Together with partner/girlfriend Charlotte Kemp Muhl, Sean shines with a 60’s folk pop sound. While some may write off the band because of Lennon’s incredibly famous parents and Kemp Muhl’s teen model and actress status, the two have proved themselves to be gifted musicians and songwriters. While Lennon covers lead vocals, Kemp Muhl delicately backs him up and adds a whimsical appeal with a plethora of different instruments. Their debut album, Acoustic Sessions, is full of tracks with almost eerie melodies that would seem at home in an Alice in Wonderland scenario. These two artists complement each other in just the right way and that chemistry has enabled Sean to produce his best work yet. Click here for a free .mp3 of the track "Jardin du Luxembourg" Check out the viedo for "Brittany Jean" below

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