From BABA to Saint Sister, check out our favourite music from May.
With over 220,000 YouTube subscribers, the virality of Sammy Copley’s music clashes with its humble nature in the absolute best way.
The Derry three-piece are riding the exuberant wave of pop punk sweeping the globe right now.
Their latest song, “Holy Roses,” is a “moment of reckoning” for frontwoman Faye O’Rourke, as well as a deeply personal and cathartic listen.
The second single from Dublin neo-soul trendsetter BABA is reminiscent of a simpler time.
“Aye” is the second song off her debut album, due out in early 2022.
The disco- and funk-infused dance track is the second single from ELKAE’s upcoming EP Girls Like You Like Me, set to be released on July 9th.
Every line of the Waterford rapper’s new song drips with debauchery.
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The track is by far the most trad-inspired of the singles released from their forthcoming album ‘Where Should I End,’ out on 25 June.
Known outside of her moniker as Jessica Smith, the artist strays from conventional provocation or sing-song hooks as she curates what intimacy means to her.
Ballydehob native Julie O’Sullivan and French musician Colyne Laverriere’s debut single “Now Is The Time” provides us with several home truths that probe at our inability to forgive ourselves.
Kelly’s honeyed voice is warm as a fresh cup of tea.
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This is their first release since signing with British label Alcopop! Records.
The video was filmed and edited by the band’s own Cathal MacGabhann.