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Freddy Armstrong ‘Square One’ : Melancholic note of ‘how it is’, but more importantly: ‘how will you cope’.

Freddy Armstrong

Indie folk singer-songwriter, Freddy Armstrong appears in a shade of morning mists in love and anger. Of human and the humane. A laid back, but intense ambition – ‘Square One’ is a melancholic note of ‘how it is’, but more importantly: ‘how will you cope’.

It’s where you start.

It’s where you end.

How will that journey be?

Turn on the start button. Now. Again… Try. Again.

You’re worth it.

The ending hasn’t been written yet.

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