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This was written by five of us (Beth Aggett, Tom Milner, Mimi Jasson, myself & Alex Lowe) during an online writing retreat with Chris Difford during the summer of 2020. It was originally called ‘Home’ and started off as a song about nostalgia - we were reminiscing about nights out, having new feelings for past experiences. As the conversation developed we found ourselves talking about everything from having to move home, to being displaced and what feels special to us. 

Mimi mentioned something about new love and Tom picked up on this as a romantic notion and so the idea developed from that direction too. The collaboration around this song was all about going with the flow and ending up in this place of newness and beauty.” Dan


from Reflections On The Glass Age (acoustic), released April 28, 2023
Reflections on The Glass Age
Written by Dan Whitehouse co-written with Patricia Morris, Beth Aggett, Tom Milner, Mimi Jasson, & Alex Lowe

Reflections On The Glass Age
© & ℗ Dan Whitehouse 2023
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Recorded and mixed live by Gustaf Ljunggren
at A Small World, Copenhagen, DK

Mastered by Mark Freegard Artwork by Martin D. Hyde


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Singer-guitarist Dan Whitehouse renews, reinvents and reimagines - touching listeners with his observations and moving them with his sensitivity and impeccable songwriting.
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