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Ciarán Moran

Other // Dublin, Dublin

Rising Dublin Singer Songwriter Ciaran Moran is set to release his brand new single It’s OK on 10th November 2023. ‘It’s OK’.

'It’s OK' is a letter to yourself that offers senses of Sorrow & Hope throughout. A laid back “less is more” record that includes a setting to open up to yourself, questioning yourself, but knowing all is OK. Moran explains that the song was written about:

“A tough few months where days were darker than they are now. I realized how big the fire was from everything that was burning down”.

As a well established Songwriter and gaining praise from Irish Pioneers including Glen Hansard, Christy Moore, Damien Dempsey, Christy Dignam and Many More for his ability and willingness to write about topics that others may shy away from.

2022 was Ciarán Moran’s last official release when he received approval from the Irish Media and industry with his Debut EP ‘Life Inner City’. The record had solidified Moran as an artist that was never too far from home and his people. The record was also a stamp from Moran to place onto the hands of many gig goers in the country.

2022 also brought a string of successful Sold Out Headline Shows in Dublin and London including Whelans Main Room, The Academy 2 and London’s Greennote Music Venue along with Support Slots including opening for US Artist Macy Gray, David Keenan, UK’s Jamie Webster and many more.

There’s real Fire in this Kid, He’s not afraid to write about topics some would not speak about”
Glen Hansard

“We mean it entirely as a compliment when we say he’s got a James Taylor thing going We’re definitely going to be hearing alot more of Ciaran Moran””
Hotpress Magazine

“He writes powerful songs, Songs that deserve to be heard, about subjects that very few will write or sing about”
Christy Moore

“Beautiful, Great Singing with Great Meanings”
Damien Dempsey

“You cant ignore the fact that Moran has a Knack for transcending the void between storyteller and listener, Especially when it comes to explaining personal matters”
Recless Reviews