Brian Grogan - Electronic Press Kit

''Sounding Fantastic!''
John Kennedy - Radio X
''I love this song and I love the video as well...''
Gary Crowley - BBC London
''Firmly rooted in the minor key of major heartbreak...''
Dots and Dashes
''...dripping with danceable, feel-good rhythmic beats...''
Folk Radio UK
''Great tune with heart-warming lyrics and a gorgeous video that will grip you till the end!''
Futureproof Promotions


The new single โ€˜Over to Youโ€™ from Brian Grogan is out May 10th 2024. The track explores the idea of getting involved in a relationship in one of your lowest moments in the hope that your partner will pick up the pieces.

Hot on the heels of his recent singles gaining traction and garnering attention from BBC Radio London's Gary Crowley, as well as Radio X's John Kennedy, Brian is poised to captivate audiences once again with his latest release, "Over to You". He has also been shortlisted for Glastonbury's Emerging Talent competition for 2024.Brian recounts how โ€˜Over to You seamlessly all came together at once; with the melody, music and lyrics all coming to him harmoniously in a moment of clarity whilst sat down with his guitar.Drawing inspiration from the likes of Hozier and The National, Brian's latest offering exudes a dark yet romantic aura, showcasing a maturity in his songwriting that has steadily evolved with each release over the past year.Elevating the song's sonic landscape are layered strings skillfully performed by Alan Keary, adding depth and emotion to the composition.Fiachra Mac Oriechtai (Lazy Habits, Fjokra) produced the song in its entirety, at his home studio, and the coupling of the two of them has created this wonderful piece of work.For fans of The National, Half Moon Run and Hozier.


The official video for the previous single
'Your Name'

Filmed and edited by Liam Beazley


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