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Peter Doran Releases his First Single in Six Years

February 8, 2021

Peter Doran has released details of his first single in six years, ‘Nothing New Under The Sun’ is due out Friday, 12th February. It is taken from ‘Voices’ his upcoming album, due for release this year. Supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media.

Speaking about the release Peter Doran explains: “This is a song about those moments when you feel burned-out, uninspired, lacking in faith and vision. When you’ve given the best of yourself to a pursuit and fallen short when you speak without conviction and find yourself sleepwalking through your days.

It’s about that feeling and figuring out a way to shake yourself free of it, to feel vital once more. ‘Give me one time, something tribal, something bloody for my survival’. The final verse offers hope of reinvention and the belief that there is something yet to become.”

Features guest vocals from Irish Songwriter Emmett Tinley.

Peter Doran is an independent Irish singer-songwriter and musician. ‘Voices’, the fifth studio album from the Mullingar native, was awarded a MISP grant to help fund its release.

Recorded and Co-produced by Hally at Arthouse Studios in Naas throughout 2019/20, ‘Voices’ features extensive contributions from multi-instrumentalist Lenny Cahill (Piano / Drums / Bass / Organ) and special guest vocals from US Songwriter Haley Heynderickx and Emmett Tinley (The Prayer Boat). String duties were shared by Dublin-based composer/arranger Mary Barnecutt and Peter’s long-term collaborator Gerard Toal.

‘Every Little Thing’ from his 2012 album ‘Overhead The Stars’ has been played over 1,300,000 times on Spotify and is the theme tune for the American podcast series “The Minimalists”.

In recent years Peter has headlined shows in Holland, Germany, England, Ireland, Belgium and New York and opened shows for Mick Flannery, The Lone Bellow, Declan O’Rourke, Fionn Regan and Duke Special.

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