London-based singer and songwriter Niall Keels is quickly becoming one of the most in demand and talked about musicians in the music industry. The musician who is more commonly known as just Keels has worked tirelessly over the last couple of years so he is certainly no stranger to the world of music, and his hard work is definitely paying off as he boasts an incredibly respectable resume which only seems to be getting increasingly impressive by the day.
Although Keels has previously collaborated with chart-topping songwriter and producer Jessica Sharman (Ward Thomas, The Inbetweeners 2, and Made In Chelsea), there is no doubt that he can hold his own and his effortless talent and passion for music always shines through. After fronting a band and touring around with the Young Rebel Set, The Augustines, and Catfish and the Bottlemen, the musician is now stepping out on his own with his latest EP which we are predicting huge things for.
The first single from Keels’ new EP was great but we have a good feeling that his second single, “Prison Walls,” is going to completely take off once more people hear it. The track flawlessly blends beautiful lyrics, unique tones, catchy music, and a generally positive and uplifting feeling which only leaves you wanting more. And although we can hear hints of other artists in the song such as Kodaline, Ben Howard, and Bon Iver, there is no denying that, “Prison Walls,” is the unique song that we have been missing in the music charts lately. It is definitely a song that is going to bring Keels a lot of new fans and we can’t wait to watch him jump from one success to another with it.
Okay, so we won’t keep you waiting any longer. Here is Keels’ brand-new single “Prison Walls,” taken from his latest EP. Get ready to love it in 3, 2, 1…
We love it so much!
“Prison Walls,” is out right now so make sure to buy it, stream it, love it, and tell all of your friends about it by clicking this link here.
Keels has released the song to coincide with his next big show which will take place at St. Pancras’ Old Church tonight. The show has already sold-out so if you haven’t got a ticket to it yet then you are unlikely to be able to get one before his set starts, but Keels has no plans to slow down any time soon so you should definitely keep an eye on his Twitter account and on his official website to be the first to find out when his next performance is going to be.
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