Pictish Trail’s critically acclaimed first pair of albums were gloriously eclectic slices of lo-fi folk-pop, later revived as a deluxe double-vinyl in 2014 by Moshi Moshi.
His third album ‘Future Echoes’ was released to further acclaim in September 2016, and went on to be shortlisted for the Scottish Album of the Year Award by popular vote. When not putting out his own music as Pictish Trail, Johnny Lynch is a fulcrum of the British independent music community.
Through his label Lost Map Records, he champions a diverse and idiosyncratic array of extraordinary talent and has helped to elevate the likes of Rozi Plain, Seamus Fogarty, Bas Jan, Callum Easter and Free Love.
“Mysterious, cinematic, pop melancholia” The Guardian