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Rising Star Roisin O’Hagan Shares New Single “Sunset Valley”

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Essex-based singer-songwriter Roisin O’Hagan has shared her brand new single, “Sunset Valley,” available everywhere now.

Written early in 2021, Sunset Valley was performed for the first time at Tennessee Fields Festival, after which Roisin was approached by Strategia Management. In partnership with Strategia, Roisin has collaborated on the production process for the first time, working with experienced session musicians Tim Galloway, Brian Allen and Miles McPherson from Nashville, yet still retaining creative control.

The fictional location of Sunset Valley is home to the heartache of a teenage relationship. One party leaves to pursue their dreams, with the other left behind waiting for his return. Roisin’s musical influences cover a broad spectrum of artists such as Bruce Springsteen and Counting Crows, and most notably, the Folklore/Evermore era of Taylor Swift, whose story-telling abilities have inspired the more personal nature of Sunset Valley.

 “Sunset Valley speaks of someone who hangs on to what they had with their first love in times gone by. The protagonist wonders where that person is now, whether they achieved their goals and whether they have found someone else. Despite being content with her life today, there is a hope and blind faith that the two of them will find each other again. This unfulfilled love will spark anew, as a love that wasn’t over. She holds on to the belief that the best things are going to take time.” 

Roisin O’Hagan has been included on several Spotify playlists, including “Very Nearly Nashville” and has been tipped for success by numerous industry professionals such as Max Helyer (You Me At Six) and Georgie Rogers (BBC 6 Music). She has had radio support from BBC Essex, BBC Introducing, Absolute Country Radio and CountryLine Radio.

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