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C Duncan

Born in Glasgow in 1989, the son of two classical musicians, C Duncan has been surrounded by music his entire life. As a child Christopher learned to play piano and viola and later, as he came into his teens and started playing in school bands, he took up the guitar, bass, and drums. However, his fascination with the composition and performance of classical music was not to be quelled, and he eve...


C Duncan Announces Second LP 'The Midnight Sun'

Posted on Wednesday, 3rd August

C Duncan returns with his second LP 'The Midnight Sun' which will be released on October the 7th.

You can pre-order the LP here with different exclusive bundles from the store.

The LP will be proceeded by the first single from the LP, ' Wanted To Want It Too' which will be released on the 30th of September in limited edition colour vinyl.

Glasgow's prodigious talent C Duncan released his critically acclaimed and Mercury Prize nominated debut album 'Architect' last July, wrapping up an extremely successful first year with a headline tour and stunning sell-out performance at Union Chapel.  

Follow up 'The Midnight Sun' sees the bedroom producer return with a more expansive and experimental second offering, blending electronic elements and sweeping synth sounds with his signature layered vocals and dreamy instrumentation. The record is set for release on October 7th.

You can pre-order the LP here with different exclusive bundles from the store.

The LP will be proceeded by the first single from the LP, ' Wanted To Want It Too' which will be released on the 30th of September in limited edition colour vinyl.

Chris will also be playing a series of UK and European dates over the next few months.


Friday 5th - Glasgow, Kelvingrove Park Bandstand w. Idlewild 

Saturday 20th - Port of Menteith, Doune The Rabbit Hole 

Saturday 27th - Dumfries, Electric Fields 


Friday 2nd - Berwick, Lindisfarne Festival 

Saturday 3rd - Birmingham, Moseley Folk Festival 

Sunday 4th - Portmeirion, Festival No.6 

Friday 23rd - Arberdeen - True North Festival


Saturday 08th - Stereo, Glasgow 

Thursday 20th - ICA, London

Saturday 22nd Oct - Primavera Club - Barcelona, Spain 

Tuesday 25th Oct - DDW Music - Eindhoven, Netherlands 

Wednesday 26th Oct - Le Grand Mix - Tourcoing, France - with Lima 

Thursday 27th Oct - Le Lune Des Pirates - Amiens, France 

Friday 28th Oct - Pitchfork Festival - Paris, France 

Saturday 29th Oct - Festival Rockomotives - Vendome, France 

Monday 31st Oct - Hafenkneipe - Zurich, Switzerland 

Wednesday 02 Nov - Gruener Salon - Berlin, Germany 

Thursday 03 Nov - Turmzimmer - Hamburg, Germany 

Friday 04 Nov - Muziekcafe Charlatan - Gent, Belguim 

Saturday 05 Nov - Crossing Border Festival - Den Haag, Netherlands

February 2017

Wednesday 1st - Shephards Bush, London


C Duncan Shepherds Bush Date Move

Posted on Thursday, 28th July

Due to recording commitments C Duncan's London show at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on November 24th 2016 has been moved to February 1st 2017 with immediate effect.  Chris said   - "I'm really sorry to have to move the show but I assure you all it will be worth the wait and we look forward to seeing you all in February"

Any customers unable to attend the new date should seek a refund from point of purchase by November 23rd 2016.  All original tickets remain valid for the new date.

C Duncan Documentary On Nowness

Posted on Tuesday, 26th July

Nowness premiered a short documentary on C Duncan today. Here is a little information on what the film is about.

'True to the DIY spirit, Duncan creates the artwork for each of his releases himself; intricate pictures of his home city from above are hand painted in his Glasgow flat. Here, director Helen Plumb talks about capturing the artist in a film she made with Ben Cox of Brighton-based filmmaking collective Gnarled Apple Productions'

Watch the film here

Tour Dates

Lindisfarne Festival


Moseley Folk Festival


Festival No.6


Lemon Tree


Muziekcafe Charlatan

 Future Dates