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Quarantine Interview, Part 1: Dean England

Is Dean England charming because he is British or because charm comes naturally? Either way, we would like to welcome him to the blog for the latest Quarantine Interview.

Dean England has released a solo album, Feel, Think, Do, that is available in all of the usual places on the internet. There are a few links for everyone at the bottom of this post. Please keep reading to find out more about Dean England.

Where have you been staying in 2020?

Just at home, it’s been nice actually to get a bit of extra time with the family. 

What have you been doing during times of quarantine?

Writing! Lots and lots of writing ha ha. It’s been nice again to have more time to work on the creative process.

Have you found or re-found any hobbies?

Not really to be honest. I am reading a bit more then usual. Also I have been able to spend a lot of time doing these features with various different Digital platforms. Which has been very cool and something that I am greatful for. 

What have you been listening to lately?

Loads of old soul stuff, Sam Cooke mainly. Also some GnR and I have listen to my last EP a lot too checking out how it’s doing and which bits I will work on for the next recording. 

Has your songwriting process changed this year?

Not really although there has been much more of it. It’s been a blessing in disguise for song writers like myself. With the time on our hands. I have really enjoyed having the extra time. 

Is there any message that you would like to convey to fans or soon-to-be fans?

Yes. Thank you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! Any followers I gain any tracks that are listed to I feel blessed each time. People who make it in this industry could not get anywhere without their fans! So cheers to your ears guys, it means the world. 

What is something positive that has happened to you during 2020?

I released Feel Think Do my new EP ! It’s out now guys on all platforms so go give it a listen. Fully if great riffs and soulful vocals blended well. Follow me at Dean England Music on Facebook and Instagram for all me stuff and some live feeds coming up soon. Peace and love to you all. 

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