Westcountry star leaves the 'Gay Pirates' behind on brand new single
michael baggs
08:54 14th May 2012

Cosmo Jarvis is best known for his 2010 internet hit 'Gay Pirates' - a tale of love and tragedy on the high seas. The track propelled the westcountry singer/songwriter to acclaim across the globe for teaming such unusual subject material with a brilliant tune - and self-directing a stunning video.

Jarvis released his debut album 'Is The World Strange Or Am I Strange' in 2010 but is now back with brand new track 'Love This', which is his most commercial offering to date. 'Love This' is sure to establish this talented young star as more than a viral sensation and as one of the UK's most promising new indie-pop musicians. His new single has premiered exclusively on Gigwise - listen to the track below.

A warm, radio-friendly tune drenched in flamenco influences with subdued electric guitar, a memorable piano melody and a string -laden climax, 'Love This' has summer anthem written all over it, and could well be the breakthrough to a mainstream audience Cosmo Jarvis deserves.

Listen to 'Love This':