Irish-Scottish Duo SIIGHTS Return With Irresistible New Single ‘SHOULDA BEEN’
Hot off the back of their recent successful singles ‘Tell Me Lies’ & ‘Broke It With Me’, which spent 9 weeks in Ireland’s Shazam ‘Top 10’ and 5 weeks in Spotify’s ‘Viral Top 50’ charts, Irish-Scottish Duo SIIGHTS return with irresistible pop bop ‘Shoulda Been’ released September 13th.
Teaming up with UK label LAB records, ‘Shoulda Been’ is the first release from the Duo’s much-anticipated debut EP, scheduled for release early next year. Marking a new development in their sound & direction, ‘Shoulda Been’ depicts the nostalgic idealism sometimes experienced when reminiscing on a previous relationship. It questions how things could have turned out differently & how, with hindsight, you can see things in a new light.
SIIGHTS say, “Most people will look back on a heart-break & overthink what they could have done differently. The song is about someone you had a strong connection with but the relationship didn’t work out for whatever reason & knowing that we are probably not alone in that feeling.”
‘Shoulda Been’ features muted organic guitar riffs with a sound that could be likened to artists Chelsea Cutler, Sasha Sloan & Lauv. Since its release, the track has been added to Spotify’s New Music Friday UK & New Pop Revolution playlists, boosting their collective streams to over 3 Million!
The Duo has been hot-tipped as the breaking artist to watch in the coming months by DiscoverNü & have previously featured in the likes of Clash Magazine, Joe.ie & The Irish Times. 2019 also saw SIIGHTS become the #3 most played Independent artist on Irish Radio, reach #2 in the Music Week Commercial Charts and their most recent collaboration has surpassed 1.5 Million views on YouTube.
With live shows at Kaleidoscope, supporting Shy Martin and a sold-out debut headline gig in ‘King Tuts’ Glasgow combined with backing from Elton John & The Chainsmokers & more new music leading up to their debut EP in their back pocket, SIIGHTS are well on their way to making their mark in the pop world!