Talented Irish rising star Tim Chadwick, has just released his EP, Timothy. 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, plus piano-led Search Party, the heart-wrenching ballad In Another Life, and upbeat lead single, Favourite Song.
Speaking of the release Tim has said, “There’s a huge difference between being alone and loneliness; these songs explore what it means to be uncomfortably comfortable with yourself. The EP goes through the ugly but beautiful challenge of looking at yourself in the mirror, and being okay with what you see; the good and the bad.” Timothy is out everywhere now, and can be heard here.
When the world appeared to come to a standstill due to the pandemic, Tim holed himself up in his Dublin-based home, and honed his craft. Tim didn’t intend on creating a whole body of work during the lockdown, but since having an abundance of time to write he drew inspiration from recent personal experiences, and the result is the Timothy EP.
2019 saw Tim release his breakout single I Need To Know, to critical acclaim. He received support from every major Irish radio station, and claimed the #26 in the Irish Single Official Charts. This led to the singer-songwriter landing an appearance on Irish TV show, The Six O’Clock Show, with a live interview and performance. Tim has so far amassed a whopping 15 million streams on Spotify, and racked up over 300k views on YouTube, which is no mean feat for an independent artist.
Over the last few years, Tim has been cutting his teeth on the live scene. The Dubliner has sold out a number of headline shows in just 72 hours, and supported the likes of Mabel, Hudson Taylor and Billy Lockett. He has also played a number of festivals such as The Great Escape, Sea Sessions, Hit The North and Irish favourite, Independence. As soon as it’s safe to do so, Tim dreams of finally headlining the legendary Whelan’s in Dublin, and also the Academy Dublin.