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British singer-songwriter Aidan Martin has shared his new single, "Good Things Take Time." Life’s trials and tribulations tested martin. Some self-inflicted, some circumstantial, now at age 30, Martin pens songs interlaced with personal experiences and life lessons learned along the way. Radically honest and emotionally heart-wrenching, painfully beautiful and genuinely soulful. "Good Things Take Time" strikes a chord close to the hearts of many. A concept that is both relatable to the masses but deeply personal to Martin, the emotional fluidity of the track paired with his outstanding vocal performance creates a heart-wrenching yet overwhelmingly hopeful experience. Gaining over 30 million streams across a handful of independently released songs, Martin has earned top positions such as #4 in the UK Singer-Songwriter chart as well as spots on the UK reality-TV show Love Island and Spotify’s Top 50 Viral Chart in the UK and Ireland, garnering a growing loyal fan base in the hundred-thousands. Today, Martin makes his major-label debut with “Good Things Take Time,” serving as the perfect introduction.

In the accompanying video, Aidan ascends a seemingly endless staircase of an antique building, symbolizing the recurring struggles in his life. On his way up, he looks into different rooms/phases of life where these hardships manifest before his eyes – wrestling with a lack of self-confidence and self-reflection in the mirror room, loss of the will to live in the bathtub, addictions in the bottle room. Eventually, he overcomes all these stages with the understanding that “Good Things Take Time.”

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