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Introducing… Connah Evans

Connah Evans is back with his single Wait For Me, out February 26th 2016 via Heart Leap Records.

In the run-up to the single’s release, Connah has unveiled his latest video for the track, which premiered on Gigslutz. The video is also available to watch now via Connah’s YouTube channel.

Wait For Me is Connah’s first release since last year’s EP Labels. Connah shows off an up-beat sound more akin to Circa Waves or The 1975, however he remains true to himself with his heartfelt lyrics and songwriting talent.

The song tells the story of two estranged lovers that decide to try again but are wary of falling into the same traps that they did the first time. It is centred around the line “it makes me feel like I’m not alive”, representing that moment when, in their absence, you realise how important the person is to you. Clearly writing from such a personal experience allows Connah to make his music engaging, he explains “so many things happen to me, good and bad, I just write them down on paper and turn them into songs”.

On previous releases Connah has been heavily featured on BBC Wales, including being Artist of the Week. He has also supported childhood heroes of his The Hoosiers and performed at Wakestock Festival, building up a number of fans in the process. Wait For Me is not only an energetic, fun pop song but also represents an interesting development in Connah’s growth as a young musician.

Wait For Me is out February 26th 2016 via Heart Leap Records.

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