The Reykjavík-based American singer-songwriter John Grant is acclaimed in Britain for his rich baritone and profoundly honest lyrics. The former Czars frontman’s solo albums include Pale Green Ghosts (2013)—earning Grant BRIT and Q Award nominations for best solo artist—and Queen of Denmark (2010), a collaboration with the folk rock band Midlake that Mojo named best album of the year.
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