Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung

Miracle is the new album from Manchester singer songwriter Francis Lung, set for release on Memphis Industries.

“For me, [Miracle] is about the struggle between my self-destructive side and my problem-solving, constructive side,” says Francis. “I suppose through a lot of these songs I’m dealing with these emotional problems, acknowledging the negative aspects of my behaviour instead of burying them, and providing an alternative point of view for myself”. Despite its serious subject matter, Miracle is far from austere in sound, marrying the cinematic, dreamlike quality of Francis’s earlier music with the pared-back charm of great singer-songwriters like Judee Sill, Jeff Tweedy and Elliott Smith.

Francis Lung

Miracle

Memphis Industries
Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung
LP +

$23.99$15.99

sale

Indie Exclusive

White Vinyl

Released 06/25/2021Catalog Number

LP-MI-0677LE

Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung
LP

$19.99

Black
Released 06/25/2021Catalog Number

LP-MI-0677

Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung
CD

$14.99

Released 06/25/2021Catalog Number

CD-MI-0677

Francis Lung

Miracle

Memphis Industries
Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung
LP +

$23.99$15.99

sale

Indie Exclusive

White Vinyl

Released 06/25/2021Catalog Number

LP-MI-0677LE

Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung
LP

$19.99

Black
Released 06/25/2021Catalog Number

LP-MI-0677

Album artwork for Miracle by Francis Lung
CD

$14.99

Released 06/25/2021Catalog Number

CD-MI-0677

Miracle is the new album from Manchester singer songwriter Francis Lung, set for release on Memphis Industries.

“For me, [Miracle] is about the struggle between my self-destructive side and my problem-solving, constructive side,” says Francis. “I suppose through a lot of these songs I’m dealing with these emotional problems, acknowledging the negative aspects of my behaviour instead of burying them, and providing an alternative point of view for myself”. Despite its serious subject matter, Miracle is far from austere in sound, marrying the cinematic, dreamlike quality of Francis’s earlier music with the pared-back charm of great singer-songwriters like Judee Sill, Jeff Tweedy and Elliott Smith.