Irish singer/songwriter Tim Chadwick today releases his brand new shimmering single, You’re (Still) In Love. The soothing track eases you into the euphoric chorus, showcasing Tim’s signature soft yet soaring vocals.
Tim has explained, “You’re (Still) in Love follows that ’penny drop’ moment of knowing that someone is still not over their previous love. It highlights the realisation that everyone you meet will have a past. Unfortunately, the idea was sparked when I failed miserably at diving back into dating in London, after two years of a pandemic.” Listen to You’re (Still) In Love here.
The release of You’re (Still) In Love comes just before a slew of highly-anticipated live headline dates. The mini tour begins in Cork at Cyprus Avenue on 18th May, before returning to his hometown of Dublin on 20th May for his biggest ever headline show at the Academy, which is close to selling out. Tim will then wrap things up at Dolans Warehouse in Limerick on 27th May. Tickets can be found here. The songster is set to join the likes of Feeder and James Morrison at Kaleidoscope festival in Ireland, in June.
The Dubliner was hand-picked to be a part of Brown Thomas’s Those Who Shine, Christmas 2021 campaign. The luxury department store advert sees the iconic Sophie Ellis-Bextor leading the way, whilst models and creative individuals including Tim, perform around her.
Last year saw Tim release his EP, Timothy, which topped the iTunes Album Chart for 2 weeks. Spanning 5 emotive and honest tracks showcasing Tim’s soft yet soaring vocals, the EP explores themes such as loneliness, self-reflection and re-gaining confidence. Timothy features previously released singles, If I Gotta Run and Only Me, which received its first spin on Graham Norton’s Virgin Radio show, plus piano-led Search Party, the heart-wrenching ballad In Another Life, and upbeat lead single, Favourite Song.
Since releasing his breakout single I Need To Know in 2019 which received support from every major Irish radio station and claimed the #26 in the Irish Single Official Charts, Tim has racked up a whopping 18 million streams on Spotify, and almost 400k views on YouTube.