Keir Gibson releases his third single ‘Circles’.

It follows up the debut from the Fort William-based alt-pop songwriter, last August’s ‘Eyes Wide’, released the day before performing at his “home festival” – Belladrum.

In the nine months that followed the 19-year-old Highlander released his second single ‘Hollow’, which received BBC Radio 1 airplay, and performing to 5,000 revellers at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Street Party, Kelvingrove Bandstand, Live at Leeds, and supporting The Stereophonics.

Like its predecessors the new track was produced by London duo The Nocturns, mixed by Matty Green (Dua Lipa, Dermot Kennedy) and mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Joe La Porta.

Of the new record, Gibson said: “‘Circles’ is about two people who are in a constant cycle of falling in and out with each other. They both know it’s unhealthy but at the same time they’re too afraid to lose the other person by turning their backs on the relationship and admitting that it’s over.”

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