Bummerville is rock ’n’ roll music by Daniel Brady Lynch. An album of select songs by Bummerville will debut January 26th via Graveface Records. This album, as well as newer and older music will be performed by Daniel Brady Lynch on synth, guitar and vocals, accompanied by his brother Derek Lynch on bass guitar, Joshua Sterno on rhythm guitar, and Jonathan Graham on drums for an east coast tour in early 2018.
This debut self-titled album, as well as all Bummerville music, was written and recorded piece by piece, on the spot at the time of it’s creation. This spontaneous and sometimes thoughtless songwriting process is the backbone of Bummerville and it’s contents. Within the context of writing for several different projects with their own independent personas, a project such as this is pivotal in developing and evolving ideas while moving around barriers of production.
Born and raised outside of Savannah, GA, Daniel Brady Lynch began writing and recording his own music at an early age. Since then, he has developed numerous projects that showcase an array of dynamic and forward-looking sounds. His longest running project, Sunglow (est. 2009), has been called “human music, made with machines” (hhhhappy.com), also described as a “perfect formula that merges sunny, danceable grooves with mischievous experimentation” (thrdcoast.com). Sunglow has seen the release of three albums since 2014. Lynch reaches a grittier driving territory with blown out instrumentation, piercing vocals and unique song composition in the two Savannah outfits Cray Bags and Greta O. & the Toxic Shock, and maintains a two piece garage rock band The Lipschitz with his partner in Chicago. Lynch embraces each project with undeniable influence. He explores different sounds and methods of songwriting while never clipping the thin thread he runs through them. Honing in on strong songwriting and relevant arrangements, Lynch creates an indistinguishable world.”