NEWS: Scottish actor, West End star and singer-songwriter John McLarnon releases debut EP
Glaswegian singer-songwriter and actor John McLarnon releases his much anticipated debut EP Thirty Two Winters on the 20th of November 2017.
Combining soaring melodies and raw vocals Thirty Two Winters acts as an exciting follow up to John’s debut single Snow Angels which reached number four on the iTunes chart upon release.
Influenced by fellow Celtic songwriters Glen Hansard, Damien Rice & Foy Vance, Thirty Two Winters weaves thoughtful powerful lyrics with sweeping folk inspired instrumentation to produce an honest and exciting debut.
As an actor John has most recently appeared as Killick in Season Three of Amazon’s epic drama Outlander and in West-End play Apologia alongside Tony and Emmy award winner Stockard Channing. He also played guitarist Outspan Foster in Roddy Doyle’s hit show The Commitments in London’s West-End and earlier this year was part of the 40th Anniversary production of Abigail’s Party with Sherlock and Mr Selfridge star Amanda Abbington.
John will soon be playing the villain in the Glasgow SEC Pantomime this Christmas alongside Greg McHugh’s Gary Tank Commander.
He will be officially launching his EP with a gig at Drygate Brewery in Glasgow on the 23rd November followed by an intimate acoustic set at Above The Arts Cabaret Club in London’s West End on the 24th. Tickets available now.
Thirty Two Winters will be out on the 20th of Nov and available from all major music platforms and streaming services.