Lance Clyne is a singer/songwriter from South-Western Ontario. His music is a reflection of the classic rock blaring from his parents stereo as a child to the alternative rock that defined his generation. After getting his first guitar as a teen, he set off singing the stories of his life. Solid blue collar roots and a strong work ethic has given him many melodies that have become the backdrop of his life. He has heavy influences from John Fogarty and Tom Petty to Rob Thomas and James Blunt.
Ten years after doing his first recording at Cedartree Studio in Kitchener, he has come out strong in 2012 with the release of a full album entitled "Pop Fiction" to start off the new year. "Pop Fiction" was Recorded at Brixton Studio located in downtown Kitchener under the guidence of Nick Iden and mastered at Juno award winning Metalworks studio in Toronto. His tales are easy to relate to from the heartache "I know our love is great, it's getting harder with every mistake I make" and the joys that come with relationships "you're my Sandy and I'm your Travolta so things will be alright" to the struggles of getting up the day after a night out "I check the phone it's work again, they're not getting through. Hangover Monday"
While generally seen with an acoustic guitar, he worked with other local artist to round out his big band sound.
Pop fiction is currently available on the internet via online retailers iTunes and Amazon. Lance is looking forward to playing some shows in support of his first full album as well as working to establish a presence on the internet through Youtube (videos expected to be released before the summer). He is also busy working on a follow up album out next year.