Lennon P. Bone

Midwest based composer, musician and producer.


SO, It's here! You can snag it or stream it directly below. The entire album in video form is at the bottom of this post.  

All of the non-tonal audio (minus some bell tones) was taken throughout parts of Europe during the Ha Ha Tonka tour of 2013, and the music was either composed around it, or simply added to see what would come of it. 

I wanted to write something that could only be liked, or disliked… not picked apart because of a lack of form, hook or predictable nature. Hopefully I've achieved that, or at least taken a step in that direction. 

I hope that you'll listen to this piece with the same abandon that I wrote it. With a notion to discover something new. With the knowledge that there were times I went out on a limb simply to go there… because there are so many times we don't get to do that in our business. We have to hold back in order to make it marketable. What happened to writing things for ourselves without fear of rejection? What happened to wanting to have our own voice?  

I wanted these real moments that I experienced to live in a new way, and find a new life through other peoples ears. It's seems seldom that we get to think of our surroundings in that way. 

This project may have only been written for my own personal growth, but that doesn't mean that I don't want you to experience it. I hope that it encourages those that listen to go out on a limb once in a while… for nobody else but you. 

To those of you that have decided to pay for the music that I make, I can't say how much I appreciate the fact that you see value in the art that people create. Thank you for supporting the artists that you enjoy in their creative endeavors. 

Lennon P. Bone

Here are the accompanying video's. They're created from home movie footage of many of the same places where the source audio was recorded, only 70 years earlier. I felt an identical draw to these movies. To give them new life in a way that the creator never expected them to be used, and I feel that each individual composition within the album is part of the piece as a whole, so I wanted the video's to reflect that as well.