A SONG that will get stuck in your head is the next tune from indie singer-songwriter Phil ‘PG’ Ciarletta.

His third single, Let Go, aims to sing us all out of lockdown and into a post-COVID world as he continues his solo career.

He already has a top-10 placing in the Scottish singles charts and a number one in the UK alternative chart in the bag, and the ambitious Fifer, who is a planning group lead at TechnipFMC in Dunfermline, is building on the momentum created from his first two singles.

Phil said: “Let Go is going to get stuck in everyone’s heads.

“It is another uplifting, relatable catchy tune – one for us all to sing in unison and celebrate the end of lockdown.

“Essentially, it’s about being ready to ‘let go’ of the hardship of the last year or so and bounce back into the new normal with positivity and a spring in our step, learning from the past but letting go and going on to bigger and better things.

“The reaction to my music has been great so far, and growing with every release. I want to keep moving towards the EP and album, and I’m working on new material as we speak.”

With tongue-in-cheek lyrics and inspiration coming from the likes of Gerry Cinnamon, Jake Bugg, Paolo Nutini and The View, it’s easy to see why he’s been tipped for big things.

Let Go was available to pre-order from iTunes and Amazon from last Monday, March 22, and will be released on all media streaming platforms from Friday, April 9.