Two years ago #LeonBridges was working in a restaurant and as a...

Two years ago #LeonBridges was working in a restaurant and as a regular on the o…

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Two years ago #LeonBridges was working in a restaurant and as a regular on the open mic scene of his hometown Fort Worth, Texas. Since then his rise to fame has been meteoric, emerging as an acclaimed soul artist after captivating audiences around the world with his personal style and throwback sound. Now the singer of “Coming Home” is doing just that, and he brings with him legendary rock photographer Danny Clinch. In ‘#ThisIsHome,’ a short documentary, we see Leon reflect on being away, hear how it’s changed him, and see him reconnect with the people and places that made him. “Leon was an amazing collaborator who allowed us the access we needed to give the viewer a unique look at this humble and extremely talented artist who returns home after an intense journey to share the experiences with his friends and family,” Clinch tells Rolling Stone. Photograph by Rambo (@rambo)

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Two years ago #LeonBridges was working in a restaurant and as a regular on the open mic scene of his hometown Fort Worth, Texas. Since then his rise to fame has been meteoric, emerging as an acclaimed soul artist after captivating audiences around the world with his personal style and throwback sound. Now the singer of “Coming Home” is doing just that, and he brings with him legendary rock photographer Danny Clinch. In ‘#ThisIsHome,’ a short documentary, we see Leon reflect on being away, hear how it’s changed him, and see him reconnect with the people and places that made him. “Leon was an amazing collaborator who allowed us the access we needed to give the viewer a unique look at this humble and extremely talented artist who returns home after an intense journey to share the experiences with his friends and family,” Clinch tells Rolling Stone. Photograph by Rambo (@rambo)

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