Callum Stewart’s ‘The Dam’ Is A Work Of Real Maturity

Irish newcomer set to soar...

Callum Stewart was brought up on the north coast of Ireland, a place as astonishing natural beauty.

Musical from a young age, he picked up the guitar at the age of just 12 years old and never looked back.

New single 'The Dam' is incoming, and it's a mature, reflective work, with melancholic ache that lingers long after the final notes.

Softly constructed, it rises and falls with a supple sense of grace. Callum explains:

"'The Dam' is a song about holding on in the midst of chaos, a song of restoration and hope. It was simmering in me for months before it made it to the page and finally to the studio. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it."

Tune in now.

Catch Callum Stewart at Servants Jazz Quarters, London on February 22nd.

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