- 14 Oct 21
The country-tinged gem is set to release on October 29 and is a teaser for his forthcoming Lines Of Desire album.
Dublin-based independent musician Greg Clifford will be releasing his newest country-tinged pop track 'Redemption' on October 29.
Those in the mood for some wonderfully atmospheric will love this forethcoming single, described as “a gritty number that ponders the notion of salvation.”
“We are inherently conditioned and told to accept before we can begin to come close to an original and true thought,” says Greg. “'Redemption' is about questioning one's faith and belief systems."
The prolific musician, who holds a Masters in contemporary composition, has released a plethora of tracks, including his 2015 EP Why Can't You See and his albums Quodlibet and 20/20 Vision.
His most recent moody ballad, 'Long Lost Friend', bagged Clifford an iTunes Number 1 in March 2021.
The talented arranger and producer who has worked with Hozier and performed with the RTE Concert Orchestra, will be releasing his eagerly anticipated new album, Line of Desire, later this year.
The project will be accompanied by a 13,000 word book that reveals the sources of inspiration behind the songs, as well as a 40-minute documentary on the making of the album.