Ciaran Whyte is a young multi-instrumentalist hailing from Paisley, a town with a rich cultural history. As a baby, he would pull pots and pans from the cupboards and hit them with spoons before he could walk, so it was evident that percussion was in his future.
Since then, Ciaran has become a stalwart around the music scene in the West coast of Scotland. From busking regularly on the high streets of Paisley and Ayr, to playing festivals with a variety of bands spanning many genres, he has always been fully immersed in any opportunities that presented themselves.
His new EP Title… Uncertain has been highly anticipated following the teasing of 2 singles over the summer. What Good Does Worry Do? and If I Were You both received a fantastic response and were picked up by the likes of BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and The Max, where it was named Single of the Week, as well as a plethora of both national and international radio stations across the USA, Canada, Australia and Western Europe!
As much as he takes pride in the projects he is involved in, Ciaran’s solo work has always held a special place in his heart, and the Covid-19 pandemic offered him a chance to really focus on developing as a singer-songwriter. Renfrewshire Council’s Artist Development Grant scheme offered Ciaran a wonderful opportunity to record and release his first solo material for five years. What makes the EP stand out even more is that all the instruments were recorded by Ciaran himself, aside from a few guest slots. With 2021 looking like the light at the end of the tunnel for the music scene around the UK this talented multi-instrumentalist will hopefully get back to his busy schedule soon, and will continue to make a name for himself as a solo artist and a member of rock bands Dead by Monday and OHNOVA.