“Leif Vollebekk’s latest album New Ways is the true sound of desire as it unfolds,” writes When The Horn Blows, “hitting the spot when it comes to tenderness, violence, sex and rebirth.” The site has an interview with the Montréal-based singer-songwriter, who talked about a handful of the album’s tracks and how they came about. It’s especially interesting to read about “Transatlantic Flight,” which he claims is inspired by Rihanna. “Her phrasing is so rhythmic and physical,” he says. “It sort of rubbed off on me – that rapid fire delivery over a tight slow groove.”
Read all about that right here.