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Daniel Shaw

Like many of the greatest tracks in musical history, Shaw's songs begin with the intimacy and closeness with which you could imagine he wrote the track for the first time: heart-broken and alone, sitting at the keys, a spine-tingling piano melody rings out… Yet as the track approaches the bridge and the stunning production starts to shine – the song is transformed into something epic and universal – with the atmosphere of the likes of Amber Run and Rhodes and the songwriting mastery of the likes of Coldplay’s Chris Martin.

At only 21 years of age, Daniel Shaw is very much already a veteran of the music scene. Having released his first album, and touring in America and Europe, at the age of 12, Daniel has already outlasted many whom he considers influences such as Passenger and has been longer on the scene than Ed Sheeran. His new singles Don’t Leave Me Now & Used to Be off his debut EP "Cross the Line" are the pinnacle of his output so far. With increasing exposure on radio and TV in Australia, UK and America and an ever-expanding social following, Daniel Shaw is destined to become a household name.

With his roots grounded in Melbourne Australia, he has made a name for himself street performing for 13 years. In America, he was able to compete in the World Championships of Performing Arts where he won silver in five categories for his original song "Hey Little Brother” (off the 10 years album). In 2017 he released his second album It's You, which added to his melodic and soft pop discography, mirroring musical influences Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars and Billy Joel. Most recently, Shaw's release of 10 years contains songs from when he first started writing with his mum all the way up to the present. With 10 years worth of life lessons, memorable moments, struggles faced along the way and everything in between.