Award winning singer-songwriter Mick Flannery has returned with new single Come Find Me alongside news of an upcoming album release.

One of eleven tracks off the self-titled record, Come Find Me is an airy but emotive single, lyrically exploring feelings of loneliness and longing. “Come find me, come find me” Flannery pleads over a stirring violin line in his signature husky vocal.

“The song is basically about someone who would like to find a partner but doesn’t quite know where to start.” Flannery explains. “It looks at trying to stay positive about life, even in a city, where crowds of people can make someone feel even more alone”.

The track is co-written by Californian duo ESCQ, who lend their more pop-oriented songwriting skills to Flannery’s more traditional singer-songwriter style. The album itself is Flannery’s sixth, and promises a maturity that only age and experience can bring.

It’s set for release on July 5th 2019, but in the meantime Flannery will be overseeing the world premiere of stage musical Evening Train in his native Cork, named after and based around his 2007 debut release of the same name.

  • May 17 – Live at St Luke’s, Cork City – SOLD OUT
  • May 18 – Live at St Luke’s, Cork City – SOLD OUT
  • May 19 – Live at St Luke’s, Cork City – SOLD OUT
  • May 24 – Omeara, London, UK | Tickets here
  • July 19 – Dolans, Limerick | Tickets here
  • July 20 – Galway Arts Festival, Galway
  • July 21 – Claremorris Folk Festival, Mayo