This week’s round-up of the best new Irish music features the long-awaited debut albums from Blood Donor, Reevah and Melina Malone, alongside Aby Coulibaly’s debut EP ‘At The End Of The Day It’s Night’ (we love a god pun) and shoegazers She’s In Parties debut EP ‘End Scene’. The word of the week is definitely debut which makes I Have A Tribe the elder statesman of the week as he delivers his second album ‘Changing Of The Guard’.
Following a record-breaking rise which has yielded over 200m streams on Spotify alone bona fide popstar Jazzy is back with new single ‘NRG’, Modernlove lean into their rockier side like never before on ‘Plans’ while Crook uses ‘English Man In New York’ as a jumping off point for ‘Never Gonna Understand’ the latest track from ‘Feel Good Vol.2’.
Elle Coves continues to deliver Taylor Swift vibes with her latest single ‘Headcase’, while Ruth Mac laments to commercialisation of Dublin on her first new single in two years ‘Home From Home’ and Nealo previews his forthcoming album ‘November Medicine’ with the heartfelt lead single ‘Only Human’.
Jennifer Evans introduces us to her new moniker Jæd with the experimental ‘Vessel List’, postpunks Enola Gay connect with Mount Palamour on ‘terra firma’ from their new EP ‘Casement’, while Smythy delivers his debut EP ‘Where You’re From’ featuring new single ‘Falling’ and the everlasting influence of the king is felt on Laura Aiden’s latest ‘Elvis Song’.
All this, plus new tracks from Lucy Blue, Amy Ellen, Hotgirl, Joel Larkin, Coolgirl, Luke Dunleavy, Isaac Butler, Trillz, Tuath, Warren, Ejeca, Skanger, Jasper Mafya and more besides.
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