Hungary based Irish songwriter Ian O’Sullivan has released his debut solo single ‘Little Bird’ under the moniker O’Sullivan, following a successful musical career in Europe over the last decade which saw him performing at festivals such as Reeperbahn (Germany), Sziget (Hungary), Exit (Serbia) and performing a concert on the border of North and South Korea – the ‘Peace Train Festival’, with the likes of John Cale (Velvet Underground), Ice Age and Last Train.

Originally from Bray, O’Sullivan moved to Pécs, Hungary, to study medicine 11 years ago. Following hit singles in Hungary with Mongooz and the Magnet, O’Sullivan is now stepping out on his own, with 6 year’s worth of ‘other’ songs that never saw the light of day.

O’Sullivan has been working remotely with producer/musician Darragh Nolan of Sacred Animals via his Gorey recording studio Asta kalapa (A. Smyth, Patricia Lalor) and with fellow Irish electro artist/producer Cynema on his solo material and is set to release more singles before the year is out.