Megan O’Neill Set To Release New Single ‘Devil You Know’

Every singer, whatever the quality of their catalogue, has a single that takes them into a different place, away from the legions of loyal fans that will adoringly turn up to every gig, away from the followers that hang on every social media post.

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Pete Gardiner Releases New Single For Mothers’ Day, ‘A Mother Like You’

This Sunday will see the release of a very personal tribute from Pete Gardiner to his mother. ‘A Mother Like You’ is a song that was written especially for his own Mum but its a song that will resonate with men everywhere as they struggle, like many men, to put into words what their mother means to them.

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Future West – ‘Emergency’

Future West returns with new single, ‘Emergency’. The track was produced and recorded by the Dundalk Ireland basd artist (real name Francis Watters) at his home studio, and mixed by Peter McCoy and Pauric McCrum, of Orwells ’84. The track is set for release at 9pm tonight, 19 March, on Bandcamp and SoundCloud.

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Janet Devlin Releases ‘Away With The Fairies’, A Confessional About Her Battle With Alcoholism

Janet Devlin’s new confessional folk-pop song, ‘Away With The Fairies’, follows three dark, defiant releases leading up to her eagerly-anticipated studio album ‘Confessional’, released May 1st 2020.

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Niall Horan Releases New Album ‘Heartbreak Weather’

X Factor alumnus Niall Horan’s new album, ‘Heartbreak Weather’ has been released today.

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Columbia Mills Set To Release New Single ‘You’re Not The Answer’ March 13. New Album ‘CCTV’ Out April 17

Opening with a beat that reminds us a bit of ‘Five Years’ by David Bowie, ‘You’re Not The Answer’ by Columbia Mills very quickly shows why the Dublin quintet are THE indie band you need to be listening to. Right now.

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Kodaline Share Brand New Single ‘Sometimes’ Alongside News That Seven Night Olympia Residency Has Sold Out

Kodaline are making a striking return as they prepare to release their eagerly anticipated fourth album later this year. Their recent single ‘Wherever You Are’ has quickly exceeded 6 million streams, while the emotional accompanying video has added another 2.9 million views.

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TOM JONES LIVE IN DUBLIN FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY 3 JULY 2020 – TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 28TH FEBRUARY

Living legend Tom Jones has announced a Dublin date this summer at Energia Stadium, Donnybrook on Friday 3rd July 2020. Tickets €79.50 including booking fee go on sale this Friday 28 February at 9am.

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The Coronas Roll Out Provocative New Video for “Haunted” Single Aheadof April North American Tour and First New Album in Three Years Arriving May29

The Coronas, one of Ireland’s biggest and best-loved bands, are set for the worldwide release of ‘TRUE LOVE WAITS’, their first album in three years. The band’s long-awaited sixth album will be available via the band’s SoFarSoGood Records imprint, distributed by Blix Street Records, on May 29, 2020.

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The Coronas Announce UK Dates And Share Video For New Single ‘Haunted’ From Forthcoming Album

The Coronas, the multi-platinum, arena-conquering Dublin band, have announced UK dates in support of forthcoming album ‘True Love Waits’ (released 29th May).

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Ida Mae Announce UK and Ireland Tour Headlining London Bush Hall – April 22nd Performing & Nominated At This Year’s Americana Music Awards ‘Live In Memphis’ EP Out Now

Ahead of their performance and ‘Album Of The Year’ nomination at the Americana Music Awards this week, Ida Mae have announced a UK and Ireland tour which will include a show at London’s Bush Hall on 22nd April.

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THUMPER Catapult Into 2020 With New Single, ‘Ad Nauseam’ And UK Headline Tour

THUMPER catapult into 2020 unleashing a brand new lively single, ‘Ad Nauseam’, streaming from Fri 21st Feb. 2019 saw them release three singles “(You’re Bringing Me) Down”, “In My Room” and “AFL”, all of which received extensive UK radio support from Steve Lemacq, Huw Stephens, Daniel P. Carter, Kerrang! Radio & Radio X, as well as several Spotify playlists including New Music Friday, The Rock List and even a feature on E4’s Made in Chelsea. 

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Dublin Quartet Inhaler Releases New Single ‘We Have To Move On’ Out Now

Dublin quartet INHALER releases their new single ‘We Have To Move On’ today via Interscope Records. It’s the follow-up to their first single on the label, ‘Ice Cream Sundae’, which was released in September. The jubilant indie-rock of ‘We Have To Move On’ showcases the band’s way of combining sharp, hooky melodies with expansive, atmospheric brooding. Listen to ‘We Have To Move On’:

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Dublin Vinyl Launches The Record Hub – New Online Record Store Set To Be Go-To Destination For Vinyl Loving Music Fans

Dublin Vinyl – Ireland’s state-of-the-art and only record pressing plant – have announced the launch of The Record Hub, an online record store designed to help music lovers new and old discover the joy of vinyl.

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#Jedward Value Add To ‘Voice Of A Rebel’ With Signed CD And Polaroid Packages

Late last year Jedward began offering their critically acclaimed 4th album, ‘Voice Of A Rebel’ in CD format. The demand for CDs, which were initially available for a limited time only with delivery before Christmas, was so high that the Dublin twins were compelled to offer a second wave, with a January delivery.

Now they’ve added a bonus package, in the form of a signed CD, plus two Polaroids, shot exclusively for each order.

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Kodaline Share The Brand New Single ‘Wherever You Are’ – Out Today

2019 saw Kodaline’s huge popularity continue to prosper across the continents with some of the biggest shows of their career. At home in Dublin they sold-out two huge outdoor shows at St. Anne’s Park, while a ten-date UK tour culminated with a packed show at London’s historic Roundhouse.

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