Passenger's Pure Nostalgia on 'When We Were Young'
    • WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 2015

    • Posted by: Patrick Pilch

    In between the soft rasp of Martha Wainwright, the vocal adaptability of The Tallest Man on Earth, and the emotional crooning of Manchester Orchestra's Andy Hull, lies Passenger's voice, possessing a distinctive, enticing style and texture. Adopting the Passenger moniker following the full band's split in 2009, Michael David Rosenberg has gained a massive following after the release of worldwide hits like "Let Her Go" and "What You're Thinking." His soft-spoken, folk pop tunes have captured worldwide attention as he's toured opening for acts like Ed Sheeran among others (and has had a massive headlining tour of his own).

    In Passenger's latest video for his single "When We Were Young," Rosenberg nostalgically explores the city of London, the city about an hour away from where the artist is based. Be sure to check out the video, as well as our session with Passenger below:

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