It's not a font, it's a logo (wordmark). The font beneath is a proprietary version of Priori Sans but Barnbrook only modified a few letters, such as a.
How can I (as a downloader, not an uploader) tell if a font has been updated to a new version? For instance, one font, "Gravity" was originally uploaded in April, and then expanded to a big family in June, b ut the change didn't show up under "new fonts". I thought there was a section on the front page called "updated fonts" but I don't seem to see that anymore.
It is a font, it's just not commercially available. Not now, anyway. (She noted, a year and a half after the thread started.
I'm going to guess hand lettering. The m and a aren't the same. That's possible, of course, with Open Type, but it's also written on a curve. That too is possible with Photoshop and other image manipulation software. But the combination of those things, plus the Al ligature makes me say hand lettering.
Lewisham Shadowed. It's an old freeware font by Paul Lloyd (lower case; it's a titling face)
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