2013 marks the arrival of Shan, whose suitably titled debut, Waypoint, has caught critics' attention and signals big things for the London singer-songwriter and his one man brand of alternative folk.Read More...
Recorded with producer Elliot Bradley (Matt Woods, Josh Barry, Jack Savoretti) and released for Spring 2013, the four track EP received over 2000 continuous plays and was praised by reviewers. Waypoint's immediate Internet success translated into airtime, with radio-friendly single Stay championed on BBC Introducing, the popular platform for emerging UK talent. Not long after, the obligatory music video followed, fast establishing the 24-year-old as not only a sound but a face to remember.
While Waypoint marks Shan's break as a solo recording artist, the London College of Music grad honed his talent writing and recording with a number of fellow ones-to-watch, including Matt Woods, Rufio Summers and Josh Barry. Growing up in rural Shropshire, Shan began performing in bands aged 11 and, from then, has pursued a dream of releasing and performing his own music.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Awakening - 1,405 plays
- Chord Memories - 212 plays
- Tool 1 - 70 plays
- fresh (Kool & the Gang cover) - 94 plays
- Work It (Piano Mix) - 66 plays
- Alright - 50 plays
- Tool 4 - 57 plays
- Work It (Miami Mix) - 49 plays
- Chord Memories (Groove Edit) - 51 plays
- Work It (Rave Beats) - 37 plays