The Kildare duo say that the song is about “a talking tree who gives really good advice…she can be a bit blunt though.”
The song takes inspiration from Maca, the Irish goddess of war and transformation.
The song’s lyrics come from a poem written by 1920s suffragette and queer activist Eva Gore-Booth.
Soda Blonde release the second single from their upcoming album ‘Small Talk’ that evokes the charged energy of late-night arguments.
The Cork trio are putting out an EP later this year.
We talk to the Dublin native about everything from post-school doldrums to DiFontaine’s pizza.
The single is the first off The X Collective’s debut album, which is due out later this year.
The Greystones songwriter and producer shared the title track from their ‘Stuck’ EP, which is out on 11th June.
“My Angel Rocks 4th & Back” is Ward’s first track since his 2020 Patrúin track in aid of MASI.
Fears’ debut album ‘Oíche’ is out on 7th May.
Ra Gerra comes from the minds of Limerick rapper and singer MuRli and Dublin electronic artist and producer Kobina.
The Dublin artist’s latest track is a beautiful blend of bedroom pop and R&B sensibilities.
Chatting to Cherym about Breaking Up the Sausage Fest, Doing Big Gay Stuff, and Making Music for the Pure Fun of It
Cherym, the self described “unce unce” punk trio from Derry, are the latest band whose success is making me question what the hell I’ve done with my life.
The duo’s first song is a rapturous introduction, buoyed by sparkling piano and balmy guitar.
Larkin has also announced a headline Irish tour, with tickets on sale April 9th.
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