Ben Davidson – ‘Fallin’ In’

Ben Davidson started his career at the age of 15, after successfully auditioning for the boyband ‘Most Wanted’, taking lead vocals, and going on to tour the UK, alongside acts such as Westlife, S Club 7, Jamelia, 911 and the Sugababes, and performing live in venues such as Cafe de Paris (London) and Earls Court Arena. Ben is an accomplished singer, producer and songwriter; and has released the singles ‘When You’re Gone’, and the captivating ballad ‘Can I Be Yours’.

His latest single, ‘Fallin’ In’ was released through Energise Records on the 22nd March.

Ben has also worked in various musical theatre productions, taking lead roles in Oliver, Grease, West Side Story, and Joseph. He has become a regular at Pride Events, including Brighton and Gran Canaria.

‘Fallin’ In’ is Ben’s follow up to the hit single ‘The Chain’ which reached number #2 on the UK iTunes Vocal Album Chart and number #52 on the overall UK iTunes Album Chart. The EP reached number #15 on Amazon’s Bestselling Pop Albums Chart & the single reached number #1 on both Control Radio’s Music Chart and the Euphoria New Music Chart. The Stormby Mix peaked at number #6 on the DJ David Strong Dance Chart.

‘Fallin’ In’ is written by Noel Cohen, Joey Auch & Gail Vareilles and produced by Daniel Volpe. ‘Fallin’ In (FNK’D UP DJ Extended ReMix)‘ is released digitally today 29th March.

Ben is currently recording his debut album set for release later this year and is looking forward to gigging up and down the country over the summer.

You can find Ben Davidson online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Ben Davidson - Fallin In (Official Lyric Video)


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