Formerly from the punk and garage scene in Europe, Ian Kay is the new kid in town.
This androgynous jet-setter from France via Barcelona just completed his first solo album, adding a couple of brown sugar spoon to his original formula stirring up the brew just enough to match his rock ’n roll integrity.
A bit more pop? Maybe. So what? You can do whatever you want when you have that kind of pedigree.
Produced and recorded by Jeremy Yeremian & Nic Jodoin, Ian Kay recorded “Walk That Road Again”
in Los Angeles, California.
Valentine Recording Studios was the playground of choice. A true time capsule where some bands from the late 60’s did their magic (Beach Boys, Boyce & Hart, Kenny Rogers…).
A perfect match for Ian who recorded most of the instruments himself.
Some people say it sounds close to the Kinks, to others, The Hollies, but the connoisseurs will recognize influences from The Byrds or The Easybeats.
Painting themes from his personal love stories, through heartbreaks, rude awakenings and other dysfunctional relationships, Ian’s punkish and sometimes provocative stories will ring into everyone’s ear.