Lars L. Lien is a Norwegian who is widely acknowledged for the world renowned song 'You Keep On Runnin.'
He considers himself to be the leading light in music.
Lars Lien, as he is known, is the typically detached, reflective sort, which makes him able to endure the social-political brutality under which he lives; the police has kept him in a form of custody for many years and he's been betrayed by officials in court, where outrageous reports have described him as a dangerous 'retard', and ill. At the age of 40, he released the politically motivated, groundbreaking work, 'The Other Side'; and by mid-2016 he decided to go public with the fact that he has been sacrificed by political - and spiritual authorities within the illuminati, that he is, in fact, a resolute and high-minded person and a highly evolved soul and that this is reflected in his work. He is now 44.
There's nothing wrong about Lien; he is also a fine poet and has a profound insight in the mysteries of life and the game of chess.
Full name is Lars Lønøy Lien. He considers the ambient work 'Zen' to be a masterpiece, and his finest, alongside the orchestral work 'Pan,' released autumn 2017. Other notable works are 'Ethereality,' 'Lucifer's Spell,' 'Young Goodman Brown,' and 'No 1 of the Five'
from 'Acid Trip (at the Jazz Club).'