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Kidnapped In A Supposed Safe Place

by Nicky Fynn

The debut album from emerging independent artist Nicky Fynn. It will immerse listeners in an often dark, yet incredible aural landscape through many different elements of alternative rock, folk, and pop.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Want You
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2. Thought I Knew
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3. Come to Me
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4. No Gettin' Over
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5. Cry
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6. Dreams For Sale
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7. Frostbitten Hearts
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8. I'm Leaving Tonight
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9. Still Waiting
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10. Ethereal Segue
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11. The Priest
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nicky Fynn’s musical style is best described as, “Bridging the gap between indie, and mainstream music as we know it. “

After years of writing, recording, and performing all over the country Nicky Fynn met producer Joshua Eldridge and the two seemed to click instantly. Together, they created a sound that blended the many different aspects of music that they loved as listeners. “This was a strange combination of some of the most interesting music I’d ever heard,” says Nicky, “we had this chemistry, and coming from such a wide spectrum of different influences really helped to create a unique sound. He was coming from a background of bands like Tool, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Chris Cornell’s solo stuff. I came from more of a pop and R&B background, and even some country influences.”

“ Kidnapped In A Supposed Safe Place“, is the debut album from emerging independent artist Nicky Fynn. This album delivers a cathartic, unapologetic, and brutally honest, autobiographical unraveling of the darkest secrets of life’s journey. Listeners will be immersed in an often dark, yet incredible aural landscape through many different elements of alternative rock, folk, pop, and even experimental music.

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Nicky Fynn

Kidnapped In A Supposed Safe Place
The more I listen to this album the harder it is to think of a way to describe it. The normal nouns and adjectives seem so annoyingly simplistic. Perhaps I can chip away at the stone by saying what it isn’t.

It isn’t commercial. Not a single song panders to any genre or audience. Not a single pop dance track, syrupy love song or feel good rock anthem on the entire disk. Nicky and Joshua obviously chose to be true to their own vision of where they wanted to take their listeners. My inner cynic cringes at the idea of taking such a risk; what’s left of my inner idealist can only marvel at how gutsy it is to do it.

This album is a deeply personal and unique statement. It doesn’t borrow anything from anybody. It doesn’t ask for anything but the chance to be heard. It stands by itself, in front of the whole world, naked and unflinching. What label do you put on a CD like this, besides “Crazy Brave”? Into which bind do you pigeonhole a body of work which twists and turns as much as this CD?

This emotionally raw, evocative and beautiful CD wants to challenge its audience as much as entertain it. There are no simple themes or easy moods in its music or lyrics. Its meandering, convoluted flow of images and emotions get into your head and take you to places that may be uncomfortable for those who prefer safe, shallow pools of water to shooting the rapids. The choice for taking the journey is yours. I would say “Go”.
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