2023 saw Cian Ducrot complete the first chapter of his career in style as his debut album ‘Victory’ went straight to #1 in the UK and Ireland. His rise was full of landmark moments, from landing two Top 20 hits with ‘All For You’ (certified Platinum) and ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ (Gold) to winning the RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Song of the Year for ‘Heaven’, and most recently exceeding a billion career streams. Now Cian lines up an even bigger new era as he shares his brand new single ‘Here It Is’.

The reaction to the track’s teasers suggests ‘Here It Is’ could be Cian’s biggest moment so far, with 3.6 million views and over 250,000 interactions to date as well as constant demands to release the song. ‘Here It Is’ lives up to that impassioned response, as Cian’s vulnerable vocal exhibits the hurt and heartbreak that come when you realise that a cherished love is nearing the end of the road. It’s a song that encapsulates everything fans have come to love Cian for, but with its charged emotions set to stun.

Cian says, “‘Here It Is’ is a song I wrote about the aftermath of something tragic tearing a relationship apart. Sometimes something happens and no matter how hard the two people try to heal and make things better it’s not enough and they begin to fall apart.”

Cian wrote and produced the track with Tristan Salvati (Angèle).

After cementing his status as one of 2023’s biggest breaking artists with the release of his debut album, Cian spent much of the remainder of the year with a victory lap consisting of numerous sold-out headline shows across the UK, Ireland and theUS. But it was much more than that: it also allowed him to see first hand just how much his songs made a difference, with numerous unforgettable touching moments.

Since then, Cian has co-written and contributed backing vocals to SZA’s recent single ‘Saturn’ which has already exceeded 100 million streams; played the all-star Hits Live! arena shows; and reunited with Ella Henderson for their second collaboration together. But his main focus has been on writing a wealth of new material.

Cian’s summer touring gets underway next month, with a mix of huge outdoor headline shows (including a 20,000 capacity homecoming at St. Anne’s Park in Dublin), strong billing at festivals both in the UK and Europe, and select shows as special guest to Jess Glynne. The shows are listed below, please see below for ticket details.

26th - Port Talbot, In It Together Festival

7th - Dublin, St. Anne’s Park (HEADLINER)
16th - Lincoln, Castle (with Jess Glynne)
21st - Netherlands, Pinkpop
22nd - Donegal, SEA Sessions (HEADLINER)
23rd - Isle of Wight Festival
28th - Cork, Musgrave Park (HEADLINER)
30th - Bedford, Park (with Jess Glynne)

4th-7th - Silverstone, F1 British Grand Prix
6th - Belgium, Rock Werchter
12th - Llangollen, Pavilion
13th - Glasgow, TRSNMT
14th - Finland, Ilosaarirock Festival
26th - Margate, Dreamland (with Jess Glynne)
28th - Suffolk, Latitude Festival

9th - London, South Facing Festival (with Jess Glynne)
24th - Oxfordshire, The Big Feastival
25th - Birmingham, Centenary Square (HEADLINER)
26th - Halifax, Piece Hall (HEADLINER)
30th - Sheffield, Rock ‘n’ Roll Circus