At just 19yrs old, and having amassed over 10 million streams across all streaming services on his debut EP, ‘Breathe’, Curtis Walsh is delighted to announce the release on Paragon Records of his first single of 2020, ‘Until I Fall’. The track is a reflective piano-based ballad produced by LA-based Watsky producer/collaborator Kush Mody, with additional production by Ross Dowling (James Vincent McMorrow, Talos, All Tvvins) and Tommy McLaughlin (Soak, Villagers).
Speaking about the meaning behind the song, Curtis comments: “It’s good to criticise what you do as it’s important to try and improve. A lesson I learned was how easy it is to take that approach in an unhealthy mindset and find yourself trying to fix and improve every detail about yourself. This song was written after that realisation and is about trying to make that transition into finding that balance of living in the now and improving for the for the future without living in your head”
From an early stage Curtis has been championed by outlets such as CLASH, KOALA and numerous other tastemakers internationally. His first number of singles to date have been added to several thousand playlists and are being supported on BBC Radio 2, Amazing Radio in the UK in addition to fast growing national radio support in Ireland and other European countries. He has supported artists such as Tom Walker, Omar Apollo, JC Stewart and James TW and Picture This in addition to a recent two-week sold out tour of the UK with New Rules.
2020 promises to be a busy year for Curtis with a number of follow up releases already planned.
‘Until I Fall’ is released January 24th on Paragon Records.