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Readers’ Poll: Top 30 Irish songs of 2013

Readers’ Poll: Top 30 Irish songs of 2013

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Best of 2013 continues. The results of your favourite Irish songs are in. Check the list below for direct links or hit the Spotify and Soundcloud playlists below.

Artwork by Fatti Burke.

Top 30 Irish songs of 2013

  1. Hozier – ‘Take Me To Church’
  2. James Vincent McMorrow – ‘Cavalier’
  3. Villagers – ‘Nothing Arrived’
  4. Le Galaxie – ‘Lucy Is Here’
  5. Little Green Cars – ‘My Love Took Me Down To The River To Silence Me’
  6. Ghost Maps – ‘Vanilla’
  7. Daithí – ‘Chameleon Life’
  8. Villagers – ‘Earthly Pleasure’
  9. Idiot Songs – ‘Natasya’s Tears’
  10. MMOTHS – ‘All These Things’ (feat. Holly Miranda)
  11. We Cut Corners – ‘YKK’
  12. Liza Flume – ‘What We Called Love’
  13. Villagers – ‘The Waves’ (Last year’s Number #1)
  14. I Am The Cosmos – ‘Leaving/The Shift’
  15. Tieranniesaur – ‘DIYSCO’
  16. Little Green Cars – ‘Harper Lee’
  17. Biggles Flys Again – ‘Chambers’
  18. New Jackson – ‘Of A Thousand Leaves’
  19. Young Wonder feat. Sacred Animals – ‘Time’
  20. Little Green Cars – ‘The John Wayne’
  21. Daithi feat Senita – ‘Case Closed’
  22. Somadrone – ‘Reckoning’
  23. Solar Bears – ‘A Sky Darkly’
  24. Kodaline – ‘All I Want’
  25. James Vincent McMorrow – ‘Red Dust’
  26. Little Green Cars – ‘The Kitchen Floor’
  27. Harrison & The Devil – ‘Bones’
  28. Solar Bears – ‘Happiness Is A Warm Spacestation’
  29. Crayonsmith – ‘Chrysalis’
  30. Kodaline – ‘High Hopes’

Soundcloud playlist

Spotify playlist


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