Belfast Born Owen Denvir's Imaginative EP Trilogy Set For Completion
Owen Denvir is announcing his imaginative and brilliant EP trilogy/album idea is coming to a close with the final EP "Bones" released May 7th that will then create the 'Sticks, Stones & Bones' album. To coincide with the announcement he released the single "My World" on April 16th.
The first EP, 'Sticks' was released in 2019, 'Stones' in 2020 and now 'Bones'.
About the album, Owen says..."The album and EP trilogy idea is based on Sigmund Freud's theory that personality is a sum of 3 parts: the Id (acting on raw impulse), the Ego (being terrified of consequences) and the Superego (the balance between the two).
The first EP ("Sticks") deals with loss and delusion and the impulsive decisions we make while in the spell of 'love'. The second ("Stones") being a more confident but brash take on love, and finally the last EP ("Bones") is when you have the balance between the two, which mostly leads to more healthy relationships."
Continuing on from the amazing interactive show he made in lockdown after his Stones EP:
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Owen has planned something very special for the upcoming EP release. More on that later!
About his new single 'My World' Owen says "My World holds a lot less hope to it than the overall sound of it suggests. It's a culmination of sayings and traits either my friends or I have shared in the panic before realising you've been dumped.
You can raise your partner to an unrealistic pedestal through misplaced infatuation, while they might not feel the same way about you. In the worst case, it leads to a reliance that this person is the only thing in the world that matters, or that you'll amount to nothing without them.
There's always a way out from this mindset, however long it takes. It's not always easy to see what the best course of action is. Reaching out for help can feel impossible, like an admission of weakness, or acceptance of a loss that you don't want to face. Every person is defined by themselves just as much as the people around them, and it's situations like this you'll realise how much your friends and family care about you. Spending time with them is as important as spending time alone, coming to terms with it all."
With over 200,000 streams on Spotify, combined video views of over 2 million, music shared by Coldplay and supporting the legend Dodie......Belfast born, Owen Denvir at only 30 has asserted himself as one of the finest singer songwriters around.