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Oly Sherman - 'Land Of All Pretend'

by Thomas Bedward December 17, 2021

Oly Sherman - 'Land Of All Pretend'

Releasing his debut album 'Land Of All Pretend' earlier this year, Sydney troubadour Oly Sherman has returned, primed to see out the year with the release of a special vinyl run of the record for fans.

'Land Of All Pretend' is the type of album that has been specifically engineered and executed for listeners to immerse themselves in from front to back. Its release on vinyl stands as a natural extension of the experience; one Oly Sherman is stoked to be able to share.

He explained, “It’s crazy to think that I’ve now got my own physical record that I created at my desk. It was something I wanted to achieve within my career at some point, but I never thought it would be this soon. It’s emotional! But it also makes me want to create more just like this.”

A particular highlight of 'Land Of All Pretend', the single ‘Homeboy’ also makes its return to the spotlight today, with striking visuals for the track being unveiled. Moody and delivered with impact, the process of creating ‘Homeboy’ brought Oly together with director Ben Develin and production company Mude for the project.

Along with the release of 'Land Of All Pretend' on vinyl, Oly Sherman has also announced his first show back for 2022, hitting The Lansdowne in Sydney next April. It will be a triumphant return for one of the East Coast’s most seasoned touring artists; a perfect opportunity to reconnect and experience 'Land Of All Pretend' in all its glory.

Oly added, “The Lansdowne has become a bit of a staple venue for me and the band within the last year. I’m so excited to bring a new feel to my show, and make this one the biggest one yet!”

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