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Cian Ducrot Releases New Single Here It Is

Friday, 19 April 2024 Written by Jon Stickler

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Cian Ducrot has released a new single called Here It Is.

Co-written and co-produced with Tristan Salvati, the emotional, piano-led track heralds a new era for the Cork singer-songwriter, whose debut album, 'Victory', stormed to the top of the albums chart in both Ireland and the UK in August 2023.

Having received over 3.6 million views of the recent teaser he posted on social media, Ducrot said of the track:

"Here It Is is a song I wrote about the aftermath of something tragic tearing a relationship apart. Sometimes something happens and no matter how hard the two people try to heal and make things better it’s not enough and they begin to fall apart."

He'll headline Birmingham's Centenary Square Summer Series and Halifax's Piece Hall in August, following a handful of Irish dates in June, including a massive show at Dublin's St. Anne's Park. He'll also headline County Donegal's Sea Sessions alongside slots at the Isle of Wight Festival, In It Together Festival, Glasgow's TRNSMT this summer.

Cian Ducrot Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri June 07 2024 - DUBLIN St Annes Park
Sat June 22 2024 - COUNTY DONEGAL Bundoran Beach
Fri June 28 2024 - CORK Virgin Media Park
Sun August 25 2024 - BIRMINGHAM Centenary Square
Mon August 26 2024 - HALIFAX Piece Hall

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