With his upcoming debut album, Postcard from Budapest, Robert Severin explores and pays tribute to the legacy of his Hungarian heritage and its connections to his home, Scotland. Each song tells a true story about real lives lived in Hungary's 20th century, several of which include Scotland in their histories. They are warm and affecting melodic documents of strength and vulnerability, joys and sorrows, and courage in the face of inhumanity. 

Robert sings, and plays acoustic guitar and clarinet. Four of the tracks feature acclaimed Scottish string quartet, Innotet, with violinists Innes Watson and Seonaid Aitken also contributing to backing vocals.

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