An Ayrshire folk singer and guitarist has released his long-awaited new single.

Lee McGilvary's song Follow Your Bliss is now available on all major music streaming platforms.

The Ayr musician, also known as Flew the Arrow, independently released his debut EP If You’d Only Care To Listen in 2016.

Since then, he has been performing at festivals around the Central Belt of Scotland whilst honing his craft.

Now residing in Glasgow, his musical journey so far has taken him to festivals such as Knockengorroch, Eden, Kelburn Garden Party, and Doune The Rabbit Hole.

In 2018, Lee inked a deal with 23rd Precinct Music Publishing, setting the stage for an eventful 2019.

Kicking off the year with captivating performances at the Celtic Connections' Hazy Recollections and Danny Kyle stages, Flew The Arrow made a lasting impression on the audience.

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This opened doors to some thrilling opportunities for Lee, and amongst them were music showcases at the Resonate music industry conference in BAaD and the Arches, where Lee had the chance to captivate industry professionals and music enthusiasts alike.

Shortly afterwards, an exciting milestone came with a signing to Electric Honey Records, a moment that paved the way for his subsequent musical endeavours.

In March of that year, Lee delighted fans with a mesmerizing Double A-Side Single release titled Come The Wind, Come The Rain/Trail Of Thought.

The release showcased Lee's impeccable musicality and songwriting prowess.

Building on the momentum, he unleashed a full EP titled Trossach in December 2019. This highly anticipated release further demonstrated Lee's artistic depth and served as a testament to his growth as an artist.

Come November of 2022, Lee was one of few acts picked for Creative Scotland's Crowdmatch programme, which led to the independent release of his second Double Single - released on 10” vinyl record - titled Huntress/The Warmth & The Weight.

He now brings in the new year for 2024 with a long-awaited single release of one of his most formative and inspiring songs to date.

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