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Live at The Troubadour
Saturday, December 16th, 2017
7:30 PM
CURRAN to release first full-length LP in 2018 UK tour announced for February 2018. London Troubadour date on 16 December raising money for CRISIS Charity MAWL Records announces CURRAN to release their first full length LP, 'BETTER DAYS' in the summer of 2018. 
The first single, 'BETTER DAYS' is currently available for streaming exclusively on SPOTIFY. Taking the theme of much-needed positivity in this day and age, "Its a song of hope, its a song about never giving up." say's lead singer Mark Curran. "Everywhere I turn, its doom and gloom. I think sometimes people want to hear something that reminds them, its not all bad." Recorded between London and Nashville, it’s an album about Love, Life and everything else in between. Mark continues: "The last couple years, both personally and professionally were a roller-coaster, I couldn't do anything but write about it to get through it. Everybody will be able to relate to my journey and hopefully find the positivity that we all need nowadays!" 
Having spent most of 2017 writing and touring with such acts as FRANKIE BALLARD, TUCKER BEATHARD, and DRAKE WHITE. CURRAN are making their return to the live stage with their first headlining tour of the UK in late February, with a string of festival appearances to follow. 

On December 16th at the Troubadour in London, CURRAN will be playing a very intimate show to preview next years tour, with their good friends HOLLOWAY ROAD. "I wanted to give everyone a preview of what they can expect from us next year, play some new songs, and maybe do some good." For this reason, CURRAN have partnered with CRISIS ( to raise money from the gig to try and help provide food and a safe and warm place to stay this Holiday season. Mark feels very passionate about the plight of the homeless: "The number of people sleeping rough and homeless in England on any one night has doubled since 2010 and increased by 30% in the last year, with an estimated 3,569 people sleeping on the streets on London." 100% of all profits from the Troubadour will be going to CRISIS and the people that need it most. A simple £10 donation/ticket purchase will help provide a 
warm meal or warm bed for someone this Christmas