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King’s Lynn singer-songwriter Adam Brucass releasing a single at the end of the month followed by an album in June

A singer and songwriter who lives in the area will be releasing a new single at the end of the month.

Adam Brucass, a country singer-songwriter from Essex who lives in Lynn, will be releasing his fourth single and the title track from his first upcoming full-length studio album ‘Right Now’ on April 26.

His album will be released in June.

Adam Brucass will be releasing his single Right Now
Adam Brucass will be releasing his single Right Now

Written and recorded by Adam himself, produced by Argentinian producer Ariel Delgado, and mastered by Nashville’s own Jeff Stauffer, Entertainment Focus Country have called the track “a rich, melodic ballad that merges the country and rock worlds in the same way Bon Jovi did on their ‘Lost Highway’ album”.

The track is available to pre-save and pre-order on Spotify, iTunes and all other major streaming platforms ahead of its release.

Since beginning his solo career in the summer of 2021, Adam has released three studio singles, received airplay on multiple different national and international radio stations like CountryLine Radio, BBC Radio Essex, Norfolk and Bristol, and Liverpool Live Radio, along with live performances on TalkRADIO with Bob Mills and GB News.

Adam Brucass
Adam Brucass

He has also performed live at many prestigious UK country music events such as the BCMA Fan Fest and Buckle & Boots Country Festival.

The track has already debuted on CountryLine Radio’s Homegrown show with Tim Prottey-Jones.

Adam said: “Artistically these are songs that have been in the works for, in some cases, as long as four years, and I had wanted to put to them out into the world for a long time.

“The single is a strong lead track but doesn’t necessarily have much more of a deeper meaning to it than some good hooks and melodies. As with most of my songs I tend to just write what I would want to hear.

“The process of recording the album has been long and stressful for the most part and I spent a lot of time being more worried about getting it finished than enjoying the process and appreciating where I was and what I was doing.

“I wanted to make a statement about being less concerned with what I can't control and what might or might not happen down the line, and focusing on what I can do ‘right now’.”

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