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Taken off his eagerly anticipated new EP, 'Forever Young,' Tadhg Daly - a fast-rising Jersey-born/Irish singer and song-writer - has recently released his new single, 'Come On Over.'


His new single is immensely captivating and draws you in straightaway, right from the first beat. A swooping track in its nature, the raw and heartfelt emotion is conveyed in Tadhg Daly's powerful voice. Nothing can be faulted with this release. 'Come On Over' almost continues to build as the track progresses. The track leaves you wanting to listen to it over and over again, and Tadhg Daly's talent once again truly shines through with his latest release!

When speaking about 'Come On Over,' he explained:

"I kind of wrote this song about feeling like a loser. I had this scene in my head of sitting around in a dimly lit apartment at 3 am, smoking a cigarette, texting an ex-girlfriend. At its core, I think it's about watching someone move on with their life whilst you're stuck in a rut, all the while understanding they need to move on, but wanting to be their 'in between.'"

Tadhg Daly has spent the last year working to create a more adventurous and textured approach to his current alternative-pop sound. His hard work over the past twelve months will culminate with his upcoming five-track EP release, which is set to be released next month. The collection of work will see him tell his own story of overcoming adversity and dealing with personal demons. Despite having faced such challenges, he channels his feelings into his music, with some of his other releases including 'Figure It Out' and 'Your Heart's Not In It.'

His upcoming live shows over the next few months will also provide him with the opportunity to perform his new music live. You can view a list of his upcoming live performance dates and buy tickets by clicking here.

'Come On Over' is out now and is available to purchase and stream through all major responsible purchasing and streaming outlets. His EP 'Forever Young' is set to be released on Friday 29 October 2021.

By Rachel Dempster


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