Cornish singer-songwriter Marcus McCoan breaks two-year hiatus with brand-new release “Try Me”, alongside a live session video.

Marcus McCoan is an established songwriter and self-taught producer, known for co-writing tracks for Grammy-nominated boy band BTS. Having gained this opportunity after working with producer/engineer James F Reynolds (Sigrid, Years & Years, Celeste), the artist has since gone on to be one of the industry’s biggest songwriters. Now working on evolving his own music career, Marcus has returned with a brand-new single, “Try Me”.


Launching his solo career with his 2019 debut single “Hair Down”, this track saw Marcus prove that he was a man of many talents. Throughout his career, the artist has supported Gabrielle Aplin, Rudimental and Rag’n’Bone Man, among playing at Glastonbury festival. Bouncing off the back of Natalie Imbruglia’s 25th-anniversary tour as her opening artist, Marcus’s latest single is a sultry release with warped production.


Featured alongside a passionate live studio session, Marcus speaks about the creative process of each of his music videos and the scope behind his new release “Try Me”. He says: “I have big plans in terms of the music videos for the songs – I care so much about the art, the visual stuff, I really want to make a strong first impression. I guess I was in a confident mood when I wrote [“Try Me”], I wanted other people to feel good when they listen to it – there’s something visceral there”.

Watch “Try Me” below: