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7 new Irish songs you should hear this week

7 new Irish songs you should hear this week


This is only a selection of new music – dig into more or follow the Spotify playlists.


Arvo Party – Liberté

Liberté is the new single from electronic producer and former member of Lafaro, Herb Magee or Arvo Party. The track is a thrilling build up of euphoric synth sounds.

Arvo Party - Liberté - 2018


Fears – h_always

Fears is the project by Dublin musician and producer Constance Keane. ‘h_always’ is a response to a suicidal period of time for Constance in which she found music as a form of therapy during her time spent in hospital. For more on the track go to this interview with Thin Air.

Fears - h_always


Pearly – Lipsealed

This live version of Lipsealed by Navan native duo Saramai Leech and Cormac O’Keeffe or Pearly was recorded in The Sawmills in Kells, Co. Meath. The track has a soothing blend of harmonising vocals and gushing synthesisers. They are currently working on their debut album in Berlin.

Perlee - Lipsealed - LIVE


Creative Crime – Create Yourself

Dublin duo Creative Crime made up by Teddy Darling and Dan Doherty are back with their second release as a follow on from their debut single ‘Give Me Your Pain’ which was released last year, ‘Create Yourself’ is a bold colloquial driven hip-hop track with a sharp production.


Flynn – Red Light

‘Red Light’ is the debut single from Mullingar singer-songwriter Darren Flynn via Diffusion Lab. The track is an upbeat dancefloor track with soulful qualities.

Flynn - Red Light (Official Video)


Join Me in the Pines – Two to Fall in Love

Join Me In The Pines is the solo project of Bell X1 member David Geraghty. His debut solo single is ‘Two to Fall in Love’ which presents a fresh new upbeat and catchy electro-pop sound for him in comparison to his previous work with Bell X1.

Join Me in the Pines - Two to Fall in Love (Single Edit)


Paddy Mulcahy – You Could Walk Across The Shannon

Limerick composer and producer Paddy Mulcahy’s new track ‘You Could Walk Across The Shannon’ is, as the name suggests inspired by the River Shannon in his home city.

‘You Could Walk Across The Shannon’ is about overcoming the impossible. It’s a musical representation of being an underdog in a vicious race; it’s the rare ability to walk across a riverbed at low-tide. I want to inspire people who are suffering, people who are sad and feel like there is no point. This music was inspired by nature, people and my overcoming depression.” – Paddy Mulcahy on the track.

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