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Johnny Lynch (born 28 September 1981, Edinburgh) is a Scottish musician who performs under the pseudonym The Pictish Trail. After graduation from the University of St Andrews, Lynch ran Fence Records from 2003 until 2013 and has since been running Lost Map Records. Lynch has attended and played every Green Man Festival since its inception in 2003. He's also played as band member with other musicians, including James Yorkston and Malcolm Middleton.
Future Echoes’ is the latest album from Pictish Trail, AKA Scottish singer-songwriter Johnny Lynch. Future Echoes’ represents the most confident, cohesive and pop-savvy collection of music Pictish Trail has written to date.
Johnny Lynch started performing under the moniker The Pictish Trail in 2002, recording his first album on his computer and releasing it on his own label, Fence Records in 2003.
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Lynch has been making music in his Pictish Trail guise since the early noughties, whilst heavily involved in the iconic Fence Collective and running its associated label. Future Echoes marks his third full release under this artistic moniker, and clearly takes its inspiration from the upheaval of recent times: his disagreements with Fence boss and former best friend King Creosote feature heavily, as well as family deaths, the worry and wonder of new parenthood and the cyclical nature of life – all set to a twinkling pop backdrop. Life has changed dramatically for Lynch in the past few years. The last album's closer 'Long In The Tooth' focused on this failing friendship, but on this LP Pictish Trail takes the theme and runs with it. With Future Echoes Pictish Trail has found his musical forte in iridescent, ethereal pop, with vocals now rightly front and centre.