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NEWS: Man Without Country makes his long-due comeback with new single ‘Remember the Bad Things’

+ Premiered via Baeble Music on 26th March 2018
+  Out via Killing Moon on 27th March 2018
+ Previous support includes The Metro, It’s All Indie, Indie is Not a Genre & WalesOnline
+ Featured on Made in Chelsea
+ Opened live concerts for the likes of M83, Alt-J and Warpaint

‘Man Without Country sounds like he’s discovered solace in solitude after searching for a place to belong to for a long time.’ Metro

‘Jaws of Life (…) showcases his talent for synthesizer-based music production and beat manipulation.’ Indie is not a Genre


‘Remember the Bad Things’ is Man Without Country’s new single, released today alongside three B-sides. The song features prominent Norwegian producer and Snoop Dogg collaborator Ralph Myerz, as well as Crucial Things, and the result is a powerful yet dreamy electronic tune with layered melodies and soft tones.

“‘Remember the Bad Things’ simply questions the mind’s tendency to flag negative memories as the most important ones. An evolutionary flaw which we have little control over.” – Ryan James AKA Man Without Country

Welsh native vocalist and musician Ryan James is the man behind the music and multimedia project Man Without Country. Originally formed in 2007 as a duo alongside co-founder Tomas Greenhalf, Man Without Country released two studio albums via Cooperative Music, which allowed the band to tour all over Europe and the US, supporting the likes of M83, Alt-J, Warpaint and many others. After a two-year dormancy, Ryan made his comeback at the end of last year with a digital, double A-sided single, aptly entitled ‘Lion Mind / Jaws of Life’, which received the support of Metro, It’s All Indie, WalesOnline, Made in Chelsea, just to name a few. James has also collaborated with multi-platinum selling Norwegian electronic music veterans Röyksopp. Their track ‘Sordid Affair’, featuring James’ hypnotic lead vocals was the first single taken from their 2014 studio album ‘The Inevitable End’, which debuted at number one in the iTunes electronic music chart.



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