Ivan Beecroft Announces Release of New Album ‘Whatever’

Drawing inspiration from the likes of The Clash and The Sex Pistols for their DIY ethos, Melbourne alt rock artist Ivan Beecroft is set to release his new album, ‘Whatever’, on November 9.

A versatile musician who started out as a flautist and moved onto saxophone, drums and guitar, Ivan has gigged extensively as part of various bands, before moving onto writing and recording his own original material. ‘Whatever’, an 11 track opus, is the result of this.
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With his distinctive baritone, redolent of Eddie Vedder and Jim Morrison, Ivan Beecroft’s his music is best described as something between retro rock and grunge. His music embodies a a strong sound with a vibrant energy. ‘You Can’t Take My Soul’, the third track on the album, starts off with a Led Zeppelin guitar sound, which is immensely catchy.

Find out more about Ivan Beecroft, and his upcoming releases and live performances, on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Further information about ‘Whatever’, including how to order the album, is available from Ivan’s official website.

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