Now Reading
Come On Live Long are back with a neo-soul wonder ‘For The Birds’

Come On Live Long are back with a neo-soul wonder ‘For The Birds’

Avatar

It’s been a term of regrouping for Come On Live Long in the past year or so since the album cycle of Everything Fall felt complete.

As a group of people, they’ve moved to different countries, and experienced major life events and as musicians, they’ve explored some once-off projects and tracks like ‘Trough’. Robert Ardiff released a solo EP. Louise Gaffney made Meltybrains? videos, Ken McCabe produced. That’s just what I’m aware of.

‘For The Birds’ feels like a rebirth. Gaffney takes lead vocal on a song that is new tact for the band, neo-electronic piano soul reminiscent of King and James Blake. The second half of the well-produced song brandishes a full band crescendo that hits in the guts.

It will feature on their forthcoming album Move As One due later this year and recorded in various studios.

Their next gig is April 2nd in the Unitarian Church.


Hey, before you go...

Nialler9 has been covering new music, new artists and gigs for the last 18 years. If you like the article you just read, and want us to publish more just like it, please consider supporting us on Patreon.

What you get as thanks in return...

  • A weekly Spotify playlist only for patrons.
  • Access to our private Nialler9 Discord community
  • Ad-free and bonus podcast episodes.
  • Guestlist & discounts to Nialler9 & Lumo Club events.
  • Themed playlists only for subscribers.

Your support enables us to continue to publish articles like this one, make podcasts and provide recommendations and news to our readers, and be a key part of the music community in Ireland and abroad.

Become a patron at Patreon!