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"Simon Lunche continues his rich vein of soul with a funk edged single Marigolds, keeping up his status as being one of 2019’s ones to watch." [3/30/19]

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—The Strange Brew

"Soulful singer-songwriter Simon Lunche's "Cherry Wine" is a sweet and sumptuous, jazz-tinged single detailing a charming romance." 

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—Jonathan Frahm, PopMatters

"Classic without sounding clichéd, fans of James Bay will find a kindred spirit here." 2/19/19]

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—Songwriting Magazine

"He’s a dazzling crooner, bringing his listeners to his knees in much the same way as Justin Timberlake but with a penchant for stinging guitars." [1/25/19]

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—B-Sides & Badlands

"Classic and soulful sounds."

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—William Ruben Helms, The Joy of Violent Movement

"Move over Ed Sheeran, there's a new heartbreaker in town. Reminiscent of songwriter greats John Mayer and Jeff Buckley. I can't wait to hear more!"

—Independent Artists Buzz

"Simon Lunche does something rare in modern pop music, though there is much more going on here than mere pop. The sound of a man bearing his soul, of being as open, honest and vulnerable as you can be, and all in the name of love. It just doesn't happen these days."

—Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

"His singing and songwriting induces the kind of emotion that leaves you speechless"

—Samantha Stevens, Penns Eye View

"Pop with an infusion of R&B and soul...A delicious sonic layer cake!"

—Joshua Smotherman, MTM Music

"Lunche channels influences such as Leonard Cohen and Van Morrison, which makes his lyricism and instrumentation deep, insightful, and gorgeously haunting."

—Jane Lambert, Modern Mystery

"Move over Ed Sheeran, there's a new heartbreaker in town. Reminiscent of songwriter greats John Mayer and Jeff Buckley. I can't wait to hear more!"

—Independent Artists Buzz

"The sound of a man bearing his soul, of being as open, honest and vulnerable as you can be, and all in the name of love. It just doesn't happen these days."

—Dave Franklin., Dancing About Architecture

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