Singer-songwriter Daz Cadwallander is back with his newest single “Brother.” With a strong bass and drum rhythm, you’ll find yourself bobbing your head along from the get-go. This rhythm disappears for a moment as Cadwallander’s vocals take focus, with the guitar taking over the beat. They build back up as the song comes to the chorus as everything starts to fit together.
“I have now secured a full band behind me, working on a batch of 40 songs, we already have some big gigs in the calendar including a headline gig, The Leadmill, later on in the year. Our fan base is growing and we are in a great place musically, mentally. I have my eyes firmly set on big things in 2022 and I’m confident of achieving the goals I’ve set for me, the lads and our fans,” said Cadwallander.
Daz Cadwallander is a singer-songwriter from Bolton Upon Dearne, England. He spent 18 months in Sheffield working on his craft before releasing his debut single “Copycat” in October of 2020. Following the success of this single, Cadwallander has released various other singles throughout 2021 and played gigs at the likes of the O2 Academy Sheffield. You can keep up with future releases and gigs on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.