Philip Sayce has released a video for his cover of Ten Years After classic I’d Love To Change The World.
It’s taken from seventh album Influences, which sees the Welsh-born Canadian exploring some of the concepts that inspired him to begin playing.
He recently said: “In some ways I went full circle since my parents played Clapton and Dire Straits when I was growing up. I heard nothing but the best then – and that’s what I’m trying to do today.”
The follow-up to 2012’s Steamroller had its UK release in August via Provogue. It’s launched in April in North America with two additional tracks, including I’d Love To Change The World.