Returning in 2024 with the brand new song ‘My Ordinary Life’, London singer songwriter Allman Brown will be performing a show at St Davids in Pembrokeshire.

The Tŷ Sŵn Sessions take place on February 2, 7.30pm at Grain, St Davids, Wales. For tickets, visit and scroll down to the shows section.

Allman Brown, born in Hong Kong and now based in London, has consistently wowed listeners with his emotionally charged and introspective music. His 2013 hit single, ‘Sons & Daughters’ (performed with Liz Lawrence), became a Spotify sensation with over 20 million streams worldwide and was featured on popular TV soundtracks. His debut album, 1000 Years, in 2017, and Darling, It’ll Be Alright in 2019, received critical acclaim for their tender balladry and folk-infused pop.

Following his warmly received 2023 EP ‘Second Son, Pt. 1’, the artist can confirm that its sequel will arrive early this year, with both collections forming two separate halves of a brand new album entitled ‘Second Son’.

Hallmarked with the vivid storytelling and self-effacing songwriting that Allman Brown calls his own, “My Ordinary Life” is one of his most personal and poignant singles so far.

Experimenting with new sounds and instrumentation on his latest work, the ‘Second Son’ sessions found Allman merging his signature acoustic guitar-driven melodies with modern pop elements such as synths, live bass, electronic pianos, electronic percussion, and live drums. Produced by Peter Katis, his latest material was recorded in just ten days, and finds Allman joined by pianist Thomas Bartlett  (The Gloaming, Taylor Swift, The National) and vocalist Kori Gardner-Hammel (Mates Of State).