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Irish singer-songwriter Holly Munro debuts with ‘Give Yourself Love’

Irish singer-songwriter Holly Munro debuts with ‘Give Yourself Love’


Holly Munro is an Irish Irish singer-songwriter whose debut song ‘Give Yourself Love’ is an impressive song you should hear.

Munro is a sister of the duo Hudson Taylor, and the debut song ‘Give Yourself Love’ is a mantra of self-love couched in an electronic-tinged folk pop song.

The Dublin artist has a voice that moves swiftly and soars, and this single is the artist’s first recorded track, having played at Electric Picnic, All Together Now and supported her brothers in Hudson Taylor with shows in Canada, UK, and Europe.

‘Give Yourself Love’ comes with a video directed and styled by Julie Weber. and shot and edited by Tim Shearwood in Glendalough, Co. Wicklow.

The song was recorded with producer Luke Potashnick, at Wool Hall Studios in Somerset, which was previously owned by Tears for Fears during the recording of their Songs from the Big Chair album.

“I remember writing most of it one evening when I stumbled home after a long day. My mental health was in a rough spot, and it was taking a toll on how I treated myself. But that night, something magical happened. I sat down at my piano, and then these lyrics popped into my head: “Give in, show yourself love today.” It was like this universal wisdom saying, “hey, it’s alright, kind to yourself and everything else will sort itself out. The early demo version of the song was way slower than what you hear now but when myself and my producer Luke Potashnick brought it into the studio its tempo increased and transformed it into a real celebration! It became less of a slow, contemplative tune and more of an energetic anthem”

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Holly Munro has a degree in Interdisciplinary Arts from her time spent studying in The Netherlands and a Diploma in Augmented and Virtual Reality.

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