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Danny Addison launched his new single at The Eagle Inn last week treating fans to a performance of the new track and other songs at the Salford venue.

The singer started his career in bands during secondary school, playing the bass guitar.

Danny then went onto pursue his solo career just under a year ago.

The gig at The Eagle Inn celebrated the launch of his second single, ‘If The Sun Sells Her Soul’.


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Cannot express how much fun I had last night at @eagleinn sharing the stage with some of the kindest and most talented people I know ? to all those who came down to experience it, thank you so so much – it really means the world to be able to share this music with you ♥️ I couldn’t have asked for more amazing support sets from @camillaskymusic with @runremedy and @ellyssemason with @olliewaltonkeys, you guys killed it ?? @cameroneaston01 @izzyroseviolin @beccasummer_ @anthony.jones1 thank you for putting up with me and for lending your unbelievable talents. Can’t wait for more shenanigans with you all ? If anyone’s around tonight we’ll be playing a few stripped back tunes at @leafonportlandst for #movember starting at 6:00pm ? @rhysjiang ? . . . . #livemusic #singlelaunch #singersongwriter #manchester #acoustic #acousticmusic #acousticguitar #folkmusic #classicalmusic #manchestermusic #stringquartet #strings #composer #guitar #instamusic #singing #musician #song #arranger #unsigned #independant

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He said: “I love film and actually a couple of songs we are doing tonight are inspired by films and the metaphors in them.”

About the new single, he said: “It’s about unrequited love but in a way that I had never experienced myself or ever expected to.”

The single has a great film influence featuring strings. The sound is also unique and uncommon in the pop-influenced age we live in. It’s refreshing and soothing to hear a melodic symphony with a well-known meaning behind it.

Danny performed on stage with his own instruments which he has been playing since the age of four. On stage, he was joined by others also who played the strings giving the show an orchestrated feel.

Listen to the new single here!

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