Looking to the '60s for inspirations such as the Left Banke and Phil Spector, Francis Lung is the solo alias of Manchester singer/songwriter Tom McClung, formerly of WU LYF. Debuting with sparer, more intimate material on a pair of EPs in 2016, he arrived at a lusher, affectionate Baroque pop on his first full-length, 2019's A Dream Is U. McClung began working on solo material while still with WU LYF, which disbanded a year after issuing their critically acclaimed debut, Go Tell Fire to the Mountain, in 2011. The band -- Ellery James Roberts (lead vocals), Evans Kati (guitar), Joe Manning (drums), and McClung, aka "Lung" (bass) -- cracked the Top 100 with the album in their native U.K. As Francis Lung, McClung released the home-recorded EPs Vol. 1 (Faeher's Son) and Vol. 2 (Mother's Son) in late 2016. Working with producer Brendan Williams, he expanded his sound for his full-length debut, A Dream Is U, which saw release by Memphis Industries in 2019. ~ Marcy Donelson
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