If you’re looking for a heart wrenching moderate pop track you’ll fall in love with “Overthinking” by Conor Scott. The vocal timbre is what initially drew me in and I stayed for the melody that quickly rises and falls during the chorus. The lyrics are universal and full of meaning. Check out “Overthinking” by Conor Scott below if you’re in the mood for something gorgeous to listen to.
Conor Scott is a singer-songwriter from Belfast. With a distinctive, authentically-Irish ginger mane comes a bold, powerful vocal – with feels of Foy Vance and Ben Howard in his music.
Having been brought up around the music of Thin Lizzy and Glen Hansard, their influences are evident in the guitar-led style of Scott. As an 18 year-old, he was scouted to appear on The Voice UK, reaching the semi-final in doing so. Upon leaving the show, he focused on finding his own sound as an artist, spending three years in London learning his craft. Upon his return to Belfast in late 2019, he self-released three tracks in a bid to “show where he was now” as an artist. These releases were followed by sold-out shows in Belfast, London and Derry, support slots with Hudson Taylor and Little Hours, as well as a UK & European Tour with Ryan McMullan. 2020 has also begun well for Scott, with a packed showcase gig at Output Belfast, and his upcoming release ‘Overthinking’ – due out on 1 May.