I'll be playing tracks from my new album 'After All The Wishing…'
Jim Johnston's second solo album 'After All The Wishing' is being described as "A sprawling twisted masterpiece!" & "both weird and intoxicating, dangerously attractive and unlike anything you have heard before." It's already gaining radio play and single 'Count Your Coppers' has featured on Tom Robinson's mix tape on BBC 6 Music. Johnston is performing the album solo-acoustically through the Spring & Summer of 2015….Brace yourself for the weird and wonderful!
“A modern day successor to Scary Monsters.”
- The Quietus
“A sprawling twisted masterpiece!”
- Louder Than War
“Brace yourself for the weird and wonderful!”
- Bristol Live Magazine
“Both weird and intoxicating, dangerously attractive and unlike anything you have heard before.In the right light it would be easy to convince yourself that this is actually a long lost album from Bowie’s Berlin years and there are not many albums that you can say that about.”
- The Rock & Roll Report