Irish songs you need to hear this week
You might still be stunned by Electric Picnic last weekend, but there’s no rest for the Irish musician. This week’s roundup of the best new Irish music features Daithí’s brilliant new album ‘I’m Here Now’ and the return of one of Ireland’s most successful, yet somehow understated exports. esteemed home artists Eden with their 5th album ICYMI. There are also early EPs from Jackie Beverley and Cruel Sister.
Orla Gartland has shared the deluxe version of her debut album “Woman On The Internet” featuring SASAMI’s remix of “Over Your Head.” After recent single “Fun”, Biig Piig continues to have an impressive 2022 with his latest release “Kerosene”. Hopefully we hear more from her before her show at The Sound House in November.
The Narolane team (Denise Chaila, Muli, God Knows) is back with ‘Rent Free’ with a Bantum guitar. Gavin James has teamed up with Dutch DJ Sam Feldt – who has one of those fancy blue ribbons on his Spotify profile – for ‘Better’. After drawing one of the biggest crowds at Electric Picnic, The Coronas are back with another slow-burning radio affair “If You Let Me” and Somebody’s Child return with their 2022 debut single “Broken Record”.
Aoife Nessa Frances previews her second album with ‘This Still Life’ and Grave Goods continue to impress after their standout performance at the We’ve Only Just Begun festival with their latest single ‘Die’ from their debut album ‘TUESDAY. NOTHING EXISTS’, which was released today.
All of this plus new releases from John Gibbons, April, Scattered Ashes, Ciaran Lavery, Conor Furlong, Wild Love, Laytha, Kingfishr, Padraig Jack, Outsider YP, Kid V, Rezo, Eve Whelan, BArefoot Gypsies, Bright Falls, Weston Lonely, Lea Heart, Tara Nome Doyle, Beats Bakery and Jamie Toomey sound more than a little like Neil Hannon on his latest single “Every Ocean.”
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