Callum Beattie releases a new single ‘Easter Road’ on the WMA label.

It follows his debut EP, ‘We Are Stars’, and forms part of a series of new releases planned for the latter part of 2019 ahead of his debut album, slated for early next year.

‘Easter Road’, like ‘Salamander Street’, pays homage to the singer’s Scottish heritage – while his song about Boris Johnson and Brexit, which went viral, will also appeal to many people north of the border, including Jambos (as well as anyone with any sense elsewhere).

Beattie recently performed at BST Hyde Park supporting Robbie Williams and recently completed a European busking tour where he gave any money made away to the homeless in each city.

The Edinburgh born singer also formed part of Barbour International’s summer session series, hosted by James McVey out of The Vamps.

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