Alex Lipinski’s last album, the self-titled ‘Alex’ was produced by The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe in Berlin. Hailed by Newcombe as “a young man worth my time and efforts” and also observing that “make no mistake, these songs have all the qualities of timeless music”. No coincidence then that for ‘For Everything Under the Sun’, his soon to be released third album, Lipinski was sought out by Wolf Alice & Elvis Costello producer Michael Smith who wanted to work with a voice that Rock & Reel magazine describes as “channelling the best tones of Lennon and Orbison and makes them his own”, and songs which BBC Radio 6 legend Tom Robinson declares “sweep you up and carry you along. If that wasn’t enough Liam Gallagher is a fan, which resulted in Alex belting out tunes within the unlikely domesticity of Liam’s own North London kitchen, in a surreal battle of anthems. This is not the same old same old. This is Alex Lipinski.