Oliver Keane – Fixing a Broken Heart

Rising UK artist Oliver Keane returns with a stellar new single, along with the news that his debut EP ‘16mm dream sequence’ will be set for release later in the spring.

Honest and vulnerable in its lyricism, ‘Fixing a Broken Heart’ navigates the pain of a missed opportunity:

“‘Fixing a Broken Heartwas about a friend of mine. We’d both been flirting back and forth but neither had the courage to make a move. She started talking to another guy and as her friend I had to sit there and accept that.”

‘16mm dream sequence’ is out on 22 April 2022.

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Oliver Keane – 3am

Undoubtedly one of my favourite UK newcomers, Oliver Keane unveils his biggest sound yet with ‘3am’.

Hundreds of thousands of fans have been patiently waiting for the release of the song after Oliver uploaded an early demo of the track to TikTok last year.

With its raspy and effortless vocals, clever phrasing and a guitar, the track that was quickly written on the toilet eventually over half a million views!

“I wrote ‘3am’ in the space of 20 minutes and it’s still my favourite song so far. It’s the staple track – it’s my Wembley song.” 

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New Music: Oliver Keane

Track of the week. Only recently just turned 18, Derby born and London based Oliver Keane launches one of the most impressive debuts that I have had the pleasure of listening to so far this year.

Stunningly tender through it’s simple construction, ‘in the morning’ showcases this artist’s mesmerising vocals and beautiful lyricism. Despite his young age, this is a sound that is raw and exceptionally emotive.

Since hitting his teens Oliver was determined to forge his own path, barely pausing for breath. And this debut is a testament to the commitment he has given to his craft.

“I’ve probably written something in my notes or made a voice note every single day for the past six years. We’re talking about thousands of songs. I can’t remember the last time I went without making music, or having some form of an idea just sitting in the back of a train, singing to myself like a weirdo…”

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