"Svanangen's captivating ruminations sound as if he's trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It's that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear's hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart."--NPR



"He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You're left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes-- let alone five-- willnever be enough of this very, very good thing."--Pitchfork



"Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness." --PopMatters



"Svanängen's bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together." --Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests

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BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests



LONEY, DEAR

LONEY, DEAR

BLUE ROSES
St Giles Church
Wednesday 28 January 2009

£12
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LONEYDEAR, WWW.LONEYDEAR.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MUSICOFBLUEROSES

LONEY DEAR hits all the right buttons with his beautifully crafted songs about love and depair and everyday anxiety. A one man band with nine members, Loney, Dear is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and DIY expert Emil Svanngen. The beautiful acoustics of St Giles will provide the perfect environment for Emil’s unique voice and personal style of delivery.

“Despair has never sounded so sweet.”–Spin

“Svanangen’s captivating ruminations sound as if he’s trying to capture the purest essence of joy, albeit with a melancholy underbelly. It’s that bittersweet warmth that makes Loney, Dear’s hushed, pastoral folk songs seep into the heart.”–NPR



“He wraps the ups and downs of a whirlwind romance into tiny packages. You’re left hungry, fully certain that 34 minutes– let alone five– willnever be enough of this very, very good thing.”–Pitchfork



“Through soft layers of acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies,
Svanangen creates a sustained and lasting representation of the classic
emotions of regret, peace, and loneliness.” –PopMatters



“Svanängen’s bright falsetto holds his miniature musical tapestries
together.” –Austin Chronicle

Plus special guests







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