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Discover Graham Coe’s Latest Single ‘Nothing But Tears’: A Captivating Blend of 60s Vibes and Contemporary Sound

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Singer-songwriter Graham Coe, hailing from Blessington, Co. Wicklow, has just released his latest single titled “Nothing But Tears.”

Independent folk singer-songwriter Graham is renowned for his openly emotional compositions and impassioned vocal performance. His style of music may be compared to a mellower version of Simon and Garfunkel with a hint of Nick Cave and John Martyn.

Nothing but Tears, a later song by him, is full of passion and rhythm while yet preserving a modern sound. It is evocative of bands from the 1960s like The Searchers and Herman’s Hermits and evokes a nostalgic 60’s atmosphere. You’ll want to clap your feet to the gorgeous and entrancing music!

The song explores the pain and torment that can arise when you’re in a relationship with someone you don’t get along with, but still feel a strong physical attraction to. In the song, Graham expresses this struggle by writing: “I keep falling back to you, no one else will ever do.”

This single marks Graham’s eighth release leading up to his highly anticipated debut album.

Grammy nominees Chris O’Brien and Graham Murphy of The Production Suite in Dublin produced the song, while Richard Dowling of WavMastering in County Limerick handled the mastering.

 

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