London-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Cyrano released his debut single White Wine.
Cyrano’s White Wine is one of immediate friendship; on fleeting moments with consequential strangers who shift your worldview in one late-night conversation. The track celebrates those spontaneous hours of connection with people who enter your life, at just the right moment. Dreamt up in his bedroom, the London-based producer and multi-instrumentalist crafted White Wine in the twilight hours, soundtracking late nights and long drives home from the studio. Teaming up on production with Oli Barton-Wood, whose credits include Nilüfer Yanya, James Blake and Blaenavon, the track also boasts notable collaborations with Jazzi Bobbi on sax and BVs, and Leif Erikson’s Sam Johnston on guitar. Cyrano takes the lead on vocals while playing Rhodes to his MPC beats.
Listen to Cyrano debut single White Whine from his forthcoming EP Consolations:
Cyrano is the medium for sharing the music and words that for years have been for only the artist himself, echoing the theme of the play Cyrano de Bergerac - the inspiration behind the project.
It’s the evenings that Cyrano feels most creative. In his own words, “there’s something quite alluring about those early hours; the ambience and tranquillity provides a soft focus, away from the modern-day distractions of the world’s routine. I’m forever chasing the hours of night when time becomes elastic and I lose myself in the space of sound.”
This is Cyrano’s debut, having been premiered on Jess Iszatt’s BBC Introducing radio show. Alongside a UK tour with Leif Erikson, 2021 will see an exciting and diverse range of material to follow, including his debut EP, Consolations.
Watch below Cyrano debut single White Wine from his forthcoming EP Consolations:
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