Lyon Apprentice knows how to tell a story with minimal production and beautiful harmonies.
The Australian duo’s ‘Alice’ is about a longtime friend and the husband she lost.
“Alice was a 92 year-old patient of mine when I worked as an exercise physiologist. We became good friends. She often told stories of her late husband’s experiences in WWII as an RAF Lancaster bomber pilot and how he died of cancer five years after the war ended, leaving her with four children. Reflecting on her marriage, she once told me ‘when I feel this way, I learn to walk on’ and the line stuck with me. Perseverance is a quality I admire and my conversations with Alice always left me humbled, grateful and inspired,” says Adam Lyons.
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