Dan Owen Embarks Into The Flight To Downfall In New Bluesy Single “Icarus”

“Don’t know if I’m flying / Don’t know if I’m falling”

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Rising UK singer, Dan Owen, taps into the high-means-to-low-ends of drug abuse in his new single “Icarus.” The dense strings and Owen’s vocal prowess yield a cinematic effect that takes us from the grandiosity to the dooming end of Icarus. Using the Greek myth as metaphor, Dan exposes how the feeling of flight we get from drugs is actually downfall in disguise:

“Icarus” is from Dan’s upcoming debut album, which will be out this summer via Atlantic Records. The album also includes his viral single “Made To Love You,” which already broke 10 million Spotify streams. Dan will start touring next month:

3/6 – Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (London, UK)

3/8 – Ancienne Belgique (Brussels, Belgium)

3/9 – Gloria Theatre (Cologne, Germany)

3/10 – Rockhal (Roeser, Luxembourg)

3/13 – La Maroquinerie (Paris, France)

3/14 – La Laiterie (Strasbourg, France)

3/15 – L’Epicerie Moderne (Feyzin, France)

3/17 – Jazzhaus (Freiburg, Germany)

3/18 – Plaza (Zurich, Switzerland)

4/11 – Theatre Severn (Shropshire, UK)

5/3 – Kranhalle (Munich, Germany)

5/4 – Frannz Club (Berlin, Germany)

5/6 – Knust (Hamburg, Germany)

5/7 – Lux (Hannover, Germany)

5/8 – Luxor (Cologne, Germany)

5/9 – Zoom (Frankfurt, Germany)

5/29 – Jazz Café (London, UK)