JD Allan – ‘Fall’

1796628_10153798251430942_6499344363641939637_nThe songwriter from Glasgow, JD Allan, releases his second single, ‘Fall’, an alternative rock tune with melodic guitar, brilliant lyric hooks and a driving rhythm section.  The former member of Glaswegian band, The Blimp, keeps his songwriting habits going as he continues to create alt-rock tunes fueled by his do-it-yourself ethic.

Following up on his last release, ‘The Wolf’, JD Allan adds a little more melodic flavour to ‘Fall’ with a pop style songwriting that is short and sweet with creative lyrical hooks. The song was recorded and co-produced by Bal Cooke (V-Twin, The Pastels, Lightships) at La Chunky Studios in Glasgow and mastered by U.E. Nastasi (AC/DC, Panic! At The Disco, The National) at Sterling Sound in New York and also features Cosmic Rough Riders rhythm section with Mark Brown and James Clifford doing bass, drums and backup harmonies.
11892112_10154134025270942_1399083091103215883_nThe new single, ‘Fall’ will be released on Fast Static Records and will be available digitally on iTunesApple Music, SpotifyGoogle Play, Amazon, Tidal +, and more.  Or check out JD Allan’s websiteFacebookTwitter, and  Soundcloud.

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