Irish songwriter, producer and artist Cian Ducrot bears his soul once again with his new single ‘Make Believe’ via Darkroom/Interscope, Polydor UK. In the song, Cian explores the challenges of loving someone who hasn’t been loved before. Cian’s brilliant songwriting is elevated in the new single with a chorus that will stay with the listener for days, all capped with a brilliant guitar solo — it is a classic song that listeners will find timeless and persistently on repeat.

Listen to ‘Make Believe’ HERE

Speaking about the fifth single coming from his upcoming EP, Cian says “The inspiration for ‘Make Believe’ struck me over sushi in London one night. I rushed straight to my studio and started getting the inspiration for a song about falling in love with someone who hasn’t been loved before. I ‘voice noted’ all my ideas and chords and I knew what I had was special. I wrote the second verse a few days later and finished it on a scooter ride through London and while making a sandwich. Safe to say it was the longest it’s taken me to make a sandwich”

Having recently sold out his debut headline show at Colours Hoxton, London on November 2nd, the twenty-two year old marks his return to his hometown of Dublin with the announcement of a headline show on November 3rd at The Academy 2. More info here.

Since his debut single ‘Not Usually Like This’, which has been streamed more than 3.9 million times on Spotify, Cian continues to harvest  tastemaker support. Tipped byJack Saunders as one of three artists to watch in 2021 on Notion and as ‘a phenomenal songwriter’ on BBC Radio 1, he has also gathered support from the likes of CLASH (‘something to treasure’), 1883, The Independent, Official Charts, Pop Justice, MTV UK and was labelled as ‘on the brink of great things’ by the Daily Star.

Next up, he will support the West London singer-songwriter SODY at OMEARA, London on October 4th and 5th.

With live shows back under his belt, an EP on the horizon, Cian Ducrot continues to build towards his much anticipated breakout year.

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