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Brian McGrane (Singer Songwriter) - Artist Discovery

It's with great pleasure that we bring you todays Artist Discovery - pop musician Brian McGrane!

The Dublin (Ireland) based singer songwriter spent the last five years touring the world and performing in iconic venues such as the Sydney Opera House and Radio City New York, the talented musician has been working hard on crafting out his distinguishably unique and catchy sound.

Though it is has only been in the last couple of years that McGrane has been releasing original music, McGrane is certainly no stranger to the music industry having impressively written and produced tracks for some of the biggest names in the Irish music industry.

Now, following the successful release of five tracks in 2019 including 'Your Last Day' and 'Still With Me', and an intimate performance supporting the award-winning Tom Walker last September, Brian McGrane has released his latest single 'Out Of Control'.

Speaking on this latest release, McGrane reflects that it is "a slightly different direction for me in comparison to any of my previous releases. The song was co-written with a great friend of mine named Liam Geddes, and as all of my songs to date have been lyrically very close and personal, we decided to take the attention away from me for just a moment."

"The song deals with an acquaintance that has been stuck in a rut and is spinning round and round in circles. When we finished writing this song I actually felt a sense of relief that for once I wasn’t putting my heart on the line and I was shedding light on somebody else.”

Brian says that he uses songwriting "to clear my head and put my thoughts on paper. In moments when things are not working out, writing is the only thing that really help