A troubadour steeped in Americana, Dylan LeBlanc's output to date is packed with gilded, Southern tones.
The son of Muscle Shoals session legend James LeBlanc, albums such as the Rough Trade backed breakthrough 'Paupers Field' have been informed by a literate, classic view of America.
Well, that's just been turned on its head. German producer Glastrophobie has stepped in to re-edit 'If The Creek Don't Rise' delivering a hushed, down tempo version.
Glinting, speckled electronics filter underneath Dylan LeBlanc's voice, with Glastrophobie taking things in a slightly disco direction.
Check it out now.