Jason Allan Releases Debut Single ‘If I Could’

Singer and song-writer Jason Allan, from Liverpool, has released his phenomenal debut single, titled ‘If I Could.’

The emotional track truly captivates the truly beautiful rawness of Jason’s vocals and ‘If I Could’ has a fantastic and memorable beat throughout, making for an exceptional debut single!

The lyrics of the track tell quite an incredible story of love and the feeling of regret, while also showcasing his talent as a song-writer.

Despite the track being out for currently less than twenty four hours, ‘If I Could’ continues to climb the Charts. Jason took to Twitter to show his appreciation for those who had bought the track:

https://twitter.com/JasonAllanUK/status/1040698643047694337

https://twitter.com/JasonAllanUK/status/1040546547300282368

‘Am I the one you’re coming back to?’ 

In conjunction with the release of the track, Jason has also released a thirty-second preview of the music video for the track on his official Twitter account:

https://twitter.com/JasonAllanUK/status/1040306297185464320

Later this year, Jason will be embarking on a headline tour, headlining several venues around the UK. The tour dates are as follows:

Thursday 1 November – Think Tank, Newcastle; 

Sunday 4 November – Castle & Falcon, Birmingham; 

Saturday 10 November – Studio 2, Liverpool. 

Tickets for the tour are available by clicking here and cost £10, with a post-show Meet and Greet. All proceeds will be going directly to Living With Laura and more information can be found here.

Exciting times inevitably lie in store for Jason in the coming months, and we can’t wait to see and hear more from him!

‘If I Could’ is available from iTunes by clicking here, along with being available to stream on Spotify below:

The track is also available to purchase from other responsible music purchasing outlets.

Do you love ‘If I Could’ as much as we do here at CelebMix? Are you attending any of Jason’s upcoming tour dates? Make sure you tweet us and let us know: @CelebMix.

Written by Rachel Dempster