Niamh Crowther Announces Dublin and London Dates Ahead Of EP

Niamh Crowther

Niamh Crowther has announced live dates in Dublin and London, with more to be added, to coincide with her forthcoming EP, released digitally on May 20.

You can see Niamh at Dublin’s Grand Social on 26 May, and The Islington on July 19, in London.

Hotpress, Irelands music Bible, said of Niamh,

The day has become even sunnier thanks to ‘I’ll Be’, the first taster from Niamh Crowther’s eponymous EP

…whereas BBC Radio Ulster said,

Heartwrenching… Beautifully pitched vocals.. tastefully arranged strings

The first two released tracks, ‘Little By Little’, and ‘I’ll Be’, have been generating lots of airplay both in the UK, and Crowther’s homeland Ireland, where it’s been playlisted on national radio. Niamh also has a TV appearance on the agenda.

Niamh came to prominence aged 16, when she beat over 15,000 other young people to claim the prestigious Youth Music Awards. The accompanying rave reviews and talk about town earned her “one to watch” accolades from the media. A succession of well received singles further enhanced her reputation.

On the live front Niamh has won new fans whilst supporting PictureHouse, Blink, Mundy and appearing at events and festivals like LeCheile, St Patrick’s Festival and “A Night for Pieta House” in the Olympia Theatre. Then there was the time she was invited to sing onstage with Richie Sambora on her 18th birthday.

The new EP was recorded in Westland Studio in Dublin with engineer Colm Finnegan with help from Tim Martin (The Corrs, Mick Flannery) and Dermot Lambert (Blink).

Find Niamh online on Twitter, Facebook, and her website. Listen to Niamh’s music on Spotify, Soundcloud, and YouTube.

Niamh Crowther - I'll Be

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