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Animotion Collaboration on Upcoming Logan Lynn Single!

Exciting news! I’m going into the studio next week with Bill Wadhams, lead singer of Animotion, to re-record vocals for the Animotion remake of my song “Turn Me Out“. The track will be the flipside to my upcoming single “Do You Want Me Or Not?“, out September 25th. This new single is the 2nd pre-release from my new record, “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks“, coming December 4th.

I’ve loved Animotion since I was a kid, so working with them on this is really special. Click on the picture below to go to their website and watch the video for their song “Obsession” below that!

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LOGAN LYNN FEATURED IN DAVID BYRNE’S “POP MAKING SENSE” COLUMN IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE OF THE WINDY CITY TIMES!

David Byrne included me and my “Quickly As We Pass” video in his notorious “Pop Making Sense” column this week in Chicago’s Windy City Times newspaper! You can currently pick it up anywhere periodicals are distributed in Chicago or just keep reading below.

From Windy City Times, Chicago: (7/27/2011)

“Another video to keep an eye out for is Logan Lynn’s ‘Quickly As We Pass.’ Imagine forward-thinking Imogen Heap mentoring a DIY artist with the hipster sound stemming from Brooklyn. The end product would be ‘Quickly As We Pass‘. The track’s video is very cleverly done with stills looking like cutouts then being turned into 3-D objects, as they are filmed from different angles. Also, there is footage of neighborhoods in the Windy City with many of the spots being instantly recognizable. Not only is the video well crafted, but the song itself is very catchy. Lynn is based in Chicago and is openly gay. ‘Quickly As We Pass‘ can be found on the album ‘I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday‘.

Nice huh? I’m actually based in Portland but I love that Chicago wants to claim me! So cute!!! To read the full article, CLICK HERE.

 

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