It's a special Anniversary project that Passenger has just released. Passenger's "All The Little Lights - 10th Anniversary Edition" is in stores now and it has lots of cool extras. Like a limited edition sunrise-colored vinyl and a deluxe 2xCD package which includes a casebound book and acoustic versions. Check out my interview with Passenger, Michael joined us from the U.K. to talk about this project and more.


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It was fantastic to get a chance to sit down and talk music with Michael and to hear about this project and possibly a visit to the States in the new year.




"Let Her Go" has had over 2 billion streams to date. "Let Her Go" is the #2 most "Shazamed" song of all time. "Let Her Go" is the 16th most viewed video of all time on YouTube. In addition, "Let Her Go" was a #1 song in 19 countries. Passenger described his song "Let Her Go" as "A game-changing moment. A life-altering song. Four minutes of music that shifted my trajectory entirely. It’s so big that I think of my career in two sections. Before and after let her go. People often ask me if I knew I’d written a hit straight away after writing it. The honest truth is I didn’t." Here is the new video with Passenger and Ed Sheeran with the hit "Let Her Go".



In addition to the duet with Ed Sheeran, the project includes collaborations with Gabrielle Aplin, Nina Nesbitt, and Foy Vance.


Photo Credit: Mila Austin


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Instagram: @passengermusic

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