Singer Andy Morse taking inspiration from Dylan Thomas for new work.
MUCH of Dylan Thomas's work was written at his family home in Cwmdonkin Drive, and now another artist has been taking inspiration from the property in Uplands.
Singer-songwriter Andy Morse, who originally hails from Cwmbwrla, has recorded a video to one of his latest songs at the address.
The 33-year-old has already attracted international attention after beating 16,000 entries to reach the last 15 of the International Songwriting Competition, whose judging panel included musical luminaries Jeff Beck, Tom Waits and Tori Amos.
And he is now in discussions with publishers about using his music in television and films.
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The former Pentrehafod pupil said: "I did a gig at Dylan's house at the end of last year, which was when I got the idea for the video.
"There is a lovely sound in the house, and a really nice vibe.
"I am a fan of Dylan's work too, so it was a great opportunity.
"And as far as I know it is the first time the house has been used for such a project."
Born in Cwmdonkin Drive in 1914, Thomas would go on to become one of the city's favourite sons.
And anticipation is building nicely in the city as it prepares to mark the anniversary.
The song, Walkaway, was recorded with Andy's studio project Radiogramme, and is available to buy on iTunes and Spotify.
The video and can also seen on You Tube at: www.youtube. com/watch?v=1aduOzjgNr0