"Heaven" will feature on C Duncan's Alluvium album alongside last year's title-track "Alluvium" and "The Wedding Song", and marks the artist's first new release of the year.

C Duncan says of the new outing, ""Heaven" is an upbeat and optimistic song about moving on to greener pastures. It’s about turning corners, looking to the future and embracing what lies ahead."

Alluvium will follow C Duncan's 2019 album Health, and was written, recorded and produced by the artist at his home studio in Helensburgh.

He says of the album, "With Alluvium I wanted to make a positive record with lots of different musical ideas and lyrics that could move from serious to playful to over-the-top romantic in a fluid way."

Discussing recording the album at his home studio, he adds, "It’s a very inspiring place to work, and I wanted to return to recording from home as it gives me time and space to develop songs without any outside pressure. I feel very comfortable working alone."

Tracklist:

  1. Air
  2. Heaven
  3. We Have a Lifetime
  4. Bell Toll
  5. Lullaby
  6. Torso
  7. Pretending
  8. You Don’t Come Around
  9. I Tried
  10. Sad Dreams
  11. Alluvium
  12. Earth
  13. The Wedding Song
  14. Upon The Table
"Heaven" is out now. C Duncan's Alluvium album will arrive via Bella Union on 6 May, and is available to pre-order now. He'll play London's Powerhaus on 19 May. Find out more.