Bristol is well known as producing some of the most innovative music of the last few decades. Adding to the city’s roster of talent is Lorcán, a DIY artist who makes a beguiling blend of dream pop, ambient and indie music. With releases stretching back to 2016 he is set to launch his first studio recorded single, ‘Circles and Turns.’
The song features childhood friend and solo artist Ailsa Tully, providing a sparkling falsetto foil to Lorcán’s lush baritone voice.
It’s on Tully’s voice that the song opens. Moving at a sedate pace we are engulfed in the most beautiful soundscape. A gently picked guitar plays against the sharp programmed beats. This is a sublime and accomplished track. It’s no wonder that Lorcán was recently asked to support White Flowers for their album launch.
‘Circles and Turns’ is the first single from Lorcán’s upcoming debut EP Sleepy City, a taster of what’s to come. The single will be available to stream on all major platforms from today.
To accompany the release Lorcán has created a graphic video to suit the vibe of the song. I’m proud to be able to be to premiere that for you here.