SPOTLIGHT: Linc Phelps – ‘The Wind’ ft. Duncan Toombs


Gympie songwriter Linc Phelps releases the second single from his debut album Tempus today. The Wind features the smooth vocals of Australian country music industry talent, Duncan Toombs. “It was an absolute pleasure to have my good mate Duncan Toombs join me on The Wind.  In life everyone faces a daily struggle of some kind, ‘The Wind’ was written as a reminder to keep on keeping on, better days are coming.”

No surprises that the video for The Wind was produced and directed by the award winning production company The Filmery. “Making music videos is never hard work when The Filmery are involved and I was lucky enough to have Director Duncan Toombs on both sides of the camera.  The video is a mix of footage from Rancom St Studio during the recording of the album and Valiant Music in Brunswick Heads.”

Springsteen once said “Musicians, we’re a brotherhood & sisterhood of misfits!” and Linc Phelps couldn’t be happier to fly that flag! He gets up, he gets down and he writes songs to tell the world about it.

Born in country Queensland in 1992, this 25 year old singer songwriter has lived a life and then some. From High School bands, national tours as the bass player in a Southern Rock band to fronting his own Aussie Rock trio, Linc has spent a decade immersed in music and never missed an opportunity to soak it all in, all the while fine tuning his skills as a singer, songwriter and performer. In early 2016 Linc decided to embark on his long awaited solo career, armed with a collection of honest and emotional self-penned songs, a great work ethic and a lot of good people in his corner, Linc hasn’t looked back. GreenBeads Productions were employed to produce the Debut Solo Record and Recording took place at Rancom St Studios in Sydney. The result is an outstanding 10-track record drawing on a range of influences from Ryan Adams to Delbert McClinton. “Tempus” was released on 12th August 2016.

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