Gareth Dunlop Unveils New Single "Blind To The Pain"

Gareth Dunlop Unveils New Single "Blind To The Pain"
Belfast born multi-instrumentalist, engineer and producer Gareth Dunlop has just unveiled his brand new single Blind to the Pain. I am loving this song guys! That acoustic-guitar melody is so captivating, and his powerful vocals convey so much emotion. Stream it below!




You may have heard his poetic voice before as he had songs being featured  on numerous TV shows, commercials and films including Suits, Lucifer, Bones, Nashville and One Tree Hill to name a few.

Blind to the Pain is taken from his upcoming EP, Many Moons Ago, set to arrive on June 15th. It was recorded in Nashville at The Blueroom Studios on Analog Tape & Trident TSM 1978 Console, new collection of songs Many Moons Ago showcases his vulnerable yet forceful tones. The recording is co-produced and engineered by Grammy winning engineer, Charles Yingling who tells us
when recording on tape, you have to commit to your sound, and with Gareth Dunlop behind the mic, that’s easy. He is one of those artists you never have to worry if he’s gonna nail it, because he always does.

As a songwriter his work has been picked up by a diverse set of artists ranging from country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, rap superstar T.I. to Damian McGinty from Glee. He now splits his time between Belfast and Nashville, when he’s not touring with the likes of Van Morrison, The Stereophonics, Snow Patrol and James Morrison. Gareth will also make his acting debut with a small part in the film ‘No Postage Necessary’ starring London based actor, George Blagden.

Gareth follows the release of the EP with a run of UK tour dates in June supporting Michael Malarkey, heading through London, Glasgow and Dublin.

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