Ten years ago, UK singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg, better known by his moniker Passenger, released All The Little Lights, his break-out album featuring the global smash hit “Let Her Go.” The years leading up to the album’s release were filled with personal and professional upheavals, and led him to a path of busking across the UK and eventually Australia, where he would record the life-changing album. Now, with billions of streams, Number One albums and countless sold-out global tours under his belt, Passenger is ready to celebrate everything before, during and after this era with All The Little Lights (Anniversary Edition), set for release on November 10th.
All The Little Lights (Anniversary Edition) sees the seminal album entirely re-recorded and completely re-imagined as Passenger infuses these songs with another decade of experience and wisdom, and calls upon Foy Vance, Gabrielle Aplin, Nina Nesbitt, and longtime friend and touring buddy, Ed Sheeran, for special collaborations. Through it all, he preserves all the spirit and soul of the original whilst breathing new life into these well-loved Passenger staples. Musically richer, vocally stronger and shimmering with a bold beauty, All The Little Lights shines brighter than ever.
Passenger introduces this new collection with one of his most beloved songs, “Life’s For The Living,” featuring fellow troubadour Foy Vance.
All The Little Lights quietly transformed into a global phenomenon buoyed by the incredible song “Let Her Go.” The smash single soared to #1 in 19 countries and reached platinum status in 11 countries, including going 5 x platinum in the United Kingdom and 6x platinum in the United States as well as becoming the 2nd most-Shazamed song of all time” and “#1 most Shazamed Pop Song of all time.” Thus far, it has generated north of 2 billion streams on Spotify alone and over 3.5 billion views on YouTube.
In the 10 years since releasing this seminal record, there have been a further nine studio albums (including his first No.1 and a total of 6 UK Top Ten albums) and countless sold-out tours around the world — all a testament to Rosenberg’s relentless work ethic and dedication to his craft.