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Victoria Johnston Announces New Single ‘Land Of Hope’ & News of her GRAMMY Nomination Consideration!

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“She is already being hailed as the next Enya” – HotPress Magazine

“A stunning Irish talent spreading a powerful message that is needed now more than ever” – 98FM’s Rebecca Shekleton 

“It’s a rare gem of a song, like a full moon on a clear night it holds your attention and the memory stays with you.” – Martin Bridgeman KCLR

‘Land of Hope’ is the new single by #1 Chart-Topping Irish singer and award-winning composer Victoria Johnston, and will be released on Friday 9th October 2020 across all digital platforms.

The single follows on from Victoria’s Debut Double ‘A’ Single release (March 2020) ‘Tar Liom’ and ‘You Are The Peace’. The songs reached National acclaim and were played across Irish Radio on BBC Radio Ulster, Rte Radio 1, Rte RnaG, Spirit Radio and many more stations. Both debut singles also went straight to #1 in the overall iTunes Charts in Ireland, and are now being considered for 4 GRAMMY nominations in the upcoming 63rd GRAMMY Awards.

Victoria Johnston’s upcoming single ‘Land of Hope’ is co-produced by GRAMMY nominated Producer Denis Woods (Clannad, Enya, AC/DC), Ferdia Walsh-Peelo (Sing Street, Vikings), and multi-instrumentalist Oisín Walsh-Peelo/ O Deer (Hudson Taylor, and also support act for Hozier on his US tour).

Speaking about her new single ‘Land of Hope’, Victoria Johnston states that

“Even in our darkest hour, when we find ourselves journeying through times of immense uncertainty, loss and grief, there is always hope, peace and a brighter future to be found.”

On launching her solo career at the start of 2020, Hotpress Magazine double-featured Victoria Johnston as ‘New Artist’ and ‘New Music’ to watch for in 2020.

Victoria Johnston’s new single ‘Land of Hope’ is released on Friday 9th October 2020. 

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Victoria, a classically trained singer, pianist and composer from Dublin, Ireland, began her classical music training at the Royal Irish Academy of Music at the age of 9 where she received annual scholarships. She continued her music training in college and holds a BMus Degree in Composition from DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama and also an MPhil in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship from Trinity College Dublin.

Online social media links below:

Instagram: @victoriajohnstonofficial

Facebook: @victoriajohnstonofficial

Twitter: @victoria_jmusic



Donna Bissett Announces New Single ‘Get Down’ Set For Release On Oct 2nd 2020

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There is a new diva in town and it’s time to let the hair and shoulders down and dance, sing and move along to the instantly catchy new single from Ireland’s new Pop-Soul princess; Donna Bissett.

Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, it was clear from a young age that Donna loved to sing and dance. At age 4 she joined the prestigious Billie Barry Stage School. Having loved the crowd’s appraisal from the get-go, she was hooked and set out on a career path in entertainment from dance, theatre and musical performance.

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Donna has been singing professionally for the last 14 years. From singing and dancing in the Eurovision, performing on various theatre productions and corporate shows around the world, she has become a seasoned and capable performer known for her energetic powerhouse live performances where she owns the stage with her presence and prowess. 

Eventually, her creative journey arrived at songwriting where she has honed in her skillset over the last number of years.

Donna set out recording a number of songs in Camden Recording studios alongside internationally acclaimed Irish pianist, composer, arranger, songwriter and producer Cian Boylan.

Being heavily influenced by big vocal legendary voices and bands such as Sister Sledge, The Isley Brothers, Alicia Keys, The Eagles, Dua Lipa, George Michael, Earth Wind and Fire, Chic, Chaka Khan and India Arie, Bissett’s sound can be described as a fusion of Pop R’n’B Soul Funk with Motown influences.

On her new music there is a pristine production standard and on some tracks a stunning 16 piece string section to accompany the no-holds-barred Irish singer and her impressive voice. All tracks were mixed by Grammy Award winner Ruadhri Cushnan and produced by Cian Boylan and Conor Brady.  

Danna Bissett is about to release her debut single ‘Get Down’, an unapologetic statement to everyone to let go of insecurities and be free embracing your authentic self, on Fri Oct 2nd 2020. 

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Áine Tyrrell Delivers Truth About Irish/Australian Connection With Spoken Word and Prose ‘We Call You Now’ 

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In a year where identity and the questioning of cultural history has never been more important, Irish singer-songwriter, Áine Tyrrell, now based in Australia, adds to the rich tapestry of the International debate with her new single ‘We Call You Now’, looking at our responsibility as a nation to our Native and Indigenous peoples through the lens of her own ancestry and lived experience in Ireland and Australia. 
A seven-and-a-half minute spoken word tome which brings passion and nuance, anger and love, ‘We Call You Now’ features the vocals of Groote Eylandt singer Emily Wurramara, with the two artists coming together virtually to create this powerful statement in music and prose. 
“I am an Irish woman who has been shaped by my own colonised history,” said Tyrrell. “There are things that jarred me from my first day living in ‘so-called Australia’ in trying to understand the Australian identity and as I dug deeper I found a cesspool of disturbing colonised narratives around Indigenous culture. In emigrating here, I experienced racism implicit and explicit about my Irishness that is so ingrained in the Australian psyche that it goes unnoticed by many, but I recognise it. It is colonisation.” 
Invited to be part of the conversation more publicly in the Black Lives Matter protest on Bundjalung Country, Tyrrell received a backlash from many Australians who also claim Irish heritage. A narrative amongst them uses Ireland’s own colonial past to derail the important conversation being had around the rights and treatment of Australia’s First Nations people. 
“I refuse to be quiet about people using my Irish identity in this way,” said Tyrrell. “I felt it was my duty as an Irish woman living in Australia to demand that no one uses their Irish identity as a way of perpetuating racism.” 
The experience pushed Tyrrell to a creative place she had not visited before, turning to spoken word and prose for the first time. Writing with fury and truth, she was urged by First Nations collaborators to release it immediately as a call to Irish Australians to gather around the fire and listen to their lived experience. 
Over her ten years in Australia, Áine Tyrrell has added much to Australia’s music scene, becoming a regular at the likes of the Woodford Folk Festival, a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition, undertaking a national tour ‘Exile: The Irish Australian Story’ in 2017 and most recently a sold-out tour of ‘Country Witches Association’, a feminist reimagining of a CWA meeting which was set to launch internationally at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year until the onset of COVID-19. 
The power and energy of Tyrrell’s live performances are matched with her recorded output, with ‘We Call You Now’ adding a powerful chapter in a career book being written on her own terms, with a legacy that will live on in Australia’s national conversation. 

Rebel-Pop Duo ‘MOM’ Announce New Single ‘Follow’ Out Aug 28th

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Following the success of their debut single “Come By Me” (June 12th) MOM returns with another undeniable banger, true to their refreshingly-unique Pop sound! “Follow” is an appeal-to-the-repeat-button sway-to-the-music anecdotal song for the very strange times we are living in. This gospel-inspired, foot-stomping, banjo-driven pop gem weaves a story of a troubled yet unconditional love between two people. Set for release on Aug 28th 2020, it has the same joyfulness and versatility as their debut single, but with a matured production style.

Independent, self-produced, and new-to-the-scene, MOM’s success in the last 8 weeks is nothing short of groundbreaking! Still in the Irish Homegrown Charts, 8 weeks on, having peaked at #9, they also hit #7 on the Spotify Irish Viral charts, were playlisted on RTÉ Radio 1, were awarded “Track of the week” on Spin SW and have hit 120k Spotify streams in just 2 months!  They’ve garnered the attention of some major players in the industry here and abroad and have an extensive tour planned for 2021.

MOM are a Rebel Pop act comprising of the critically acclaimed musician and artist Lisa Canny (7-time All Ireland champion on harp and banjo, named top ten of “Irish acts you don’t want to miss” by BBC America, and has appeared on 2 PBS Specials) and Gospel musician Dejay Edmund.  They mix traditional Irish music foundations with Gospel music to create infectious pop music. This is pop with a purpose and it’s going to make you sway and dance, the vibes are set high.

These guys are here to have their say… and you’re going to want to hear it!

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Jo Petit Announces New Single ‘Stressed Out’ Set For Aug 28th

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Jo Petit began his experience in the music industry in his teenage years on the Island of Mauritius when he set out on an explorative path of singing and discovering the meaning behind the lyrics of songs he grew up listening to.

“I started listening to music from different countries to broaden my horizons, even more, I went from Jazz, Blues, soul, reggae, swing, Rock, Rap, Bossa Nova, and a particular interest for Celtic folk and anything I could get my hands on .”

Maybe it is the combination of style that led him to be so versatile as an artist and can effortlessly transit from one vocal style to another. Jo has performed in many prestigious venues and met many celebrities such as Chris de Burgh, Witney Houston, Bobby Brown, Lenny Kravitz, Paris Hilton and many more.

Jo left his beloved Island and travelled to Ireland to follow his musical dreams. In 2009 he became a member of an Irish boyband ‘The Boulevard’ who had success with a number 1 single in the Irish charts. Jo and the band toured Ireland and the UK, supporting major acts, such as Boyzone, Westlife, and JLS, they had their own line up at the Childline concert, in venues like the O2, RDS, the marquee in Cork, the O2 London, Trafalgar Square and many more. Following two successful years with the band,  Jo parted ways with the other members of The Boulevard to pave his own path in the music industry.

He got signed to an independent Label in Glasgow Scotland just a few weeks after parting ways with the boys. This was one of the best things that happened in my music career “he said”.  During that time he worked with a number of professional managers, songwriters, producers and very talented musicians. He worked countless hours in studios around the UK writing and recording a catalogue of original songs. Jo developed a true passion for studio work through this experience and started thinking about becoming a producer himself.

Jo was then noticed for his stage presence and showmanship by a major German company who specialised in hi-end corporate events around Europe. They were looking for a front-man to stand for their singer for two nights. Jo being adventurous, took on the challenge and flew to Munich. After the 1st night, Jo was signed for the whole year and the year after and toured all over Europe with a crew of 22 members including a 16 piece band before settling back to Ireland.

Jo went on to study and graduated with an honours degree in Music Production at Griffith/Pulse college after his return to Ireland.  While studying he saw an opportunity to start his own band, he formed The Dream Band just a few years ago and quickly became one of Ireland’s most popular and in-demand corporate party bands. Armed with Jo’s sensational vocals and showmanship, some of the country’s most respected musicians and decades of experience, this 6 to 14 piece big band will absolutely blow you away!

Bringing a sense of something different to each and every event, this powerhouse band started Performing in venues across Ireland, the UK, Scotland, France, Italy, Spain and Germany. Most recently Jo was contacted by  RTÉ to work with the RTÉ Orchestra on several project, including the RTÉ Christmas show and the TV show Dancing With The Stars where he performed with the orchestra on National television last February 2020. The same year during the Covid-19 when the country went into locked down and all events and job got cancelled Jo saw this as an opportunity to starting writing and producing his own material. Now he is ready for the next chapter of his life as he releases his new single ‘Stressed Out’ on Aug 24th.


‘Stressed Out’ is a song written and co-produced by Jo Petit and produced by one of Ireland’s top music producer Billy Farrell. The song is the first independent release from Jo Petit in Ireland, it is a mix of Soul and R&B with an injection of Reggae which gives it a feel-good summer vibe.

The song was inspired by our daily lives and how everyone, whether you are a CEO, an employee, a student, a parent, young or old we are all getting stressed out, especially this year with the covid-19, locked down, new rules and restrictions every day, all the protests going on around the world it feels like the whole world is stressed out and we all need a vacation. The idea was to write something that everyone could relate to but also make it fun and light-hearted.

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Cork Singer-Songwriter Ruth Brosnan Returns with a New Single ‘Toodle-oo’ Fri Aug 14th

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Cork singer songwriter Ruth Brosnan returns with a new single ‘Toodle-oo‘ set for release Aug 14th 2020. After completing her BA in Popular Music at CIT Cork School of Music, where she graduated with First Class Honors in May 2018, she set off to LA on a graduate visa to learn more about the music business. 

While in LA, she entered an online competition called The Great American Song Contest and was chosen as a finalist with her debut single, Good Enough, which she says was a great honour. It was also something for which she has had a lifetime of training.

“I always wanted to be a performer. I did a lot of acting and singing with The Performers in the Firkin Crane with Irene Warren, I had been in The Monforts and I was in the Cork School of Dance with Sinead Murphy. I was in pantos with Bryan Flynn and I’m so delighted I got to work with him. These people were all very influential when I was growing up.”

Ruth writes anecdotal songs of the pop/rock genre and has a unique quirky style & personality which shines through in her own songs and performances. Her influences include Kesha, Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani and Sigrid.

Ruth has experienced more than her fair share of heartache already. Having tragically lost her mother and a number of her close friends to suicide, Ruth wrote her previous song ‘Good Enough’ which was reelased to critical acclai last year as a message for those going through tough time and to remind them that they are good enough.

Ruth wrote the ‘Toodle-oo‘ song to help and inspire people.

‘The song is called “Toodle-oo” and focuses on the themes of strength, overcoming adversity and female empowerment, I hope that when people listen to it they can draw inspiration from it’

The song will be available on various different platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Play, Tidal, Deezer and Apple Music from Aug 14th 2020.

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Indie Rock Outfit Foot Squeaker announce New Single ‘Wayside’ Aug 7th

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From the bear’s lower back emerges Foot Squeaker. Three Rock n’ Rollers with one rule: keep it hard and fast. Formed in 2018, Diarmuid and Mike spent that full year sculpting their songs and all the while Mike would quality control the riffage. Mick Byrne joined on bass in early 2019 and the band rehearsed for the next few months.

Citing musical influences such as Neil Young, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Paul Weller, Queens Of The Stone Age, Pearl Jam, Weezer, Supergrass, Blur and Beck, the band wield the combined explorative sounds of the above whilst maintaining an air of individuality.

The band’s first gig was to a packed audience as part of The Gap Arts Festival curated by Marc Aubele (Bell X1, Join Me In The Pines). Comerford had the audience eating from the wood of his Tele, singing along instantly with songs they had never heard in their lives. The band knew they had something special.

In January 2020 they headed to Hellfire Studios, Dublin, to record four tracks with Ivan Jackman (Chad Channing, Sinéad O’ Connor, Girlband). Their debut single, ‘No Connection’, was released 29.05.20. ‘Wayside’ is their upcoming release scheduled for Aug 7th 2020.

Diarmuid says of the Wayside lyrics –

“My Da always said he had gotten more hardship than me growing up. I reckon his Da said the same and now I’m saying the same to my sons. There is one thing however that has been consistent with men through time and that’s the inability to talk about their feelings. Us men need to speak up when we need help, reach out to somebody, anybody, just reach out.”

When the live scene returns Foot Squeaker hope to share the stage with some of their favourite Irish rockers: Fangclub, Silverbacks, Bitch Falcon, Thumper and Fontaines DC to name a few.

“It’s a solid piece of Foo Fighters indebted guitar rock” Danny McElhinney – Irish Mail On Sunday

“Rock is alive and well, it just makes me happy hearing that song” Rob O’Connor – Beat FM

“No Connection is a rip roaring hard rock song. Foot Squeaker are a really exciting band so expect to hear a lot about them in the near future.”- Dave McMahon – Bayview Sounds Blog


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Irish pop starlet KEHLI is back to unveil her latest hit-in-the-making ‘Ur So Cool’ featuring Louis III.

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After returning last month to deliver her third single ‘Hypnotized’, which garnered support from several key playlists including Spotify’s NewPopUK, Apple Music Pop’s New music daily, Filtr’s NewMusicFriday, as well as close to 3 million radio impressions in Ireland in just a few weeks, Irish pop starlet KEHLI is back to unveil her latest hit-in-the-making ‘Ur So Cool’ featuring Louis III.

Working in collaboration with rising R&B star Louis III, ‘Ur So Cool’ follows on from her previously shared singles ‘Hypnotized’, ‘Believe It’ and ‘One Last Kiss’ in previewing her highly-anticipated new EP. Her latest offering sees the pair blend bold and progressive pop aesthetics with a distinctly R&B flow, creating a wonderfully rich and warm hybrid that continues her fresh and vibrant direction throughout.

Speaking about her new release, KEHLI said, “So buzzed for this collab to come out into the world. Making this track was one of my favorite experiences. I knew from the start that this would be a fun one. Working with Louis was an honour, he is crazy talented and I’m so happy we got to make this together. Listening to ‘No Air’ by Chris Brown and Jordan Sparks gave me major inspo for this song as it’s such an iconic duet. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as we loved making it”

Louis III adds ’Ur So Cool is about that obsession you feel for someone new – they’re all you think about, you worship the ground they walk on etc, but neither of you have worked out how to say it to each other yet, so all you have in the meantime is words that don’t quite fill the void, like ‘Ur so cool’. We wrote it on a rainy afternoon in Camden and it came really quickly to us from a tune we starting humming for the chorus – it’s always great finding new artists to collaborate with and this tune just felt right to sing on with KEHLI.’’

With BBC Radio 1 Best New Pop’, Spotify’s New Music Friday’ and penning one of UK’s biggest breakout dance tracks ‘Anywhere’ with Sigma last year (over 58 millions streams to date), Louis III is no stranger to pop success himself. Hailing from Croydon, South London, the singer and songwriter has already seen praise from the likes of BBC Radio1, 1Xtra, i-D, Wonderland, and High Snobiety, and was also hand-picked by Virgil Abloh – Louis Vuitton’s creative director, and Kanye West’s right-hand man – to walk in the Louis Vuitton SS20 Men’s show at Paris Fashion week alongside artists including Octavian and Dev Hynes.

This new delight from the pair is driven by a solid pop beat, summery guitars, and a slight touch of electronic effects for dressing, reminiscent of Lauv and Anne-Marie’s smash hit duet ‘F*ck I’m Lonely’. Brimming with powerful musical chemistry, it has all the right ingredients to have you humming the hook all Summer long.

Since the release of her second single ‘Believe It’ last September, a lot has changed for the emerging singer. As well as the enormous response it received from Irish radio, with nearly 10 million radio impacts across stations such as iRadio, RTE 2FM, Spin 103.8, FM104, both BBC Radio 1 and KISS FM were also regular supporters of the release, and was featured in countless publications including Official Charts ‘One To Watch’, Earmilk, 1883 magazine, The Irish Times, Music Week, Record of the Day and much more.

By the end of 2019, she had collected nearly half a million streams across her Spotify alone. In addition to being invited to perform the infamous studio 8 sessions for RTE 2 fm, KEHLI was also named one of Top 5 emerging female acts to watch in 2020.

Her debut single ‘One Last Kiss’ reached top 5 positions in three key UK club charts including contemporary pop (#4), urban (#3) and club urban (#3). Watch the video for ‘One Last Kiss’ HERE

Hailing from Dublin, 19-year old KEHLI is a vocalist and performer with a soulful, passionate and unique interpretation of contemporary pop music. She spent her early years at stage school, where from age 5, she studied music and professional dance including contemporary, hip-hop and ballet.

Her evolving passion for music and performance encouraged a 14 year old KEHLI to try her hands on a couple of TV music shows (usual suspects The Voice/X Factor etc.) which at such a tender age, provided invaluable experience and gained her a small cult online following.

She has since gone on to work with producer/songwriter MSRD – now New York/London based, who’s worked closely with KEHLI to help hone her sound. Other collaborators include the likes of London based Cameron Pool (Anne-Marie, Raye, RAY BLK) who has worked closely on KEHLI’s forthcoming debut, a soulful and edgy, pop infused EP.

2020 is on track to be an exciting one for this young talent and her music.




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Poet and Troubadour Christian Wethered Announces New Single ‘Way Back’ Set For Aug 21st Release

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Christian Wethered [pron. Wether-Red] is an Irish based poet and songwriter based in Dublin. His new single ‘Way Back’ is a nostalgic ode to summer love.

It’s his second single from his French-inspired E.P, ‘Mon Petit Jardin’, which was recorded at Asta Kalapa, Wexford, by Darragh Nolan. The Single is set for an Aug 21st digital release.


The E.P, which charts a breakup, was recorded with drummer Dyl Lynch (Little Green Cars /Soda Blonde / Zaska), and pianist/bassist/guitarist Cil Byrne (Basciville). The eerie melodies draw on the likes of Leonard Cohen, as well as Fionn Regan, London Grammar and The XX.

Since his student days, Wethered has collaborated with a number of prestigious Irish acts such as Loah, I Have A Tribe, Little Green Cars, Danny Forde, Trinity Orchestra and Zaska. He’s also in the Discovery Gospel Choir, who play a number of festivals around the country. His debut poetry book, ‘I Don’t Love You’, was shortlisted for the Melita Hume Prize in 2018. He has performed at Electric Picnic three times, and recently played at The Ruby Sessions.

For more information on Christian, check out his website and is socials below 

Twitter // Spotify // Website // Instagram 



A Force In The Irish Music Scene, RuthAnne Announces single ‘LOVE AGAIN’ Taken From Her Acclaimed Debut Album ‘Matters of The Heart’

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LOVE AGAIN – Is featuring in upcoming Netflix movie ‘Desperados’ which is out on Friday, has featured on Winter ‘Love Island’ 2020, has garnered Over 3million streams on Spotify & broke into the tik tok UK chart No.4!!!! 

“A prolific songwriter, RuthAnne is now stepping out behind the writing desk and releasing her own music.” WONDERLAND MAGAZINE

“After more than a decade writing hits for pop superstars, the Dublin-born artist is stepping into the spotlight.” – OFFICIAL CHARTS

“Stirring, powerful pop music, her brooding, soulful vocal has a plaintive, fragile edge.” – CLASH MAGAZINE

Award-winning songwriter RuthAnne’s name has been echoed all over Ireland in the last couple of weeks on the back of her recent collaboration with the collective ‘Women In Harmony’ that she set up, the first release being a cover of The Cranberries hit song ‘DREAMS’. The release has broken down so many barriers for womens voices and music on Irish Radio as it has been featured on playlists across the country, a rarity for any female artist from Ireland.

As a collective voice, it speaks volumes.

They also achived No.1 in the Official Homegrown Charts and were the first ever Irish Female Music release to do so! And now RuthAnne is re-releasing her Pop gem ‘Love Again’ on the back of numerous Syncs across some of the biggest TV & Streaming networks (listed above). 

The uplifting single ‘Love Again, was co-produced by George Moore (Yebba – “Evergreen”) and long-term collaborators Futurecut (Rihanna), and is a pop perfect annectdote to Irish radio to support and build one of its Countries most esteemed songwriters. 

‘Love Again’ instantly captivates the listener as RuthAnne’s powerful vocal takes center stage. Starting off with just her and an electric guitar, the vibrant track builds into a harmonious chorus as RuthAnne’s soulful vocal is supported with a choir, creating an atmospheric upbeat production. The track is about RuthAnne convincing another that ‘love’ still exists and if they allow her in, she can help them to love again.

On ‘Love Again’, RuthAnne explains: “I wrote the idea down for this song after I had a few dates with someone who had just gone through a break up. He said to me ‘I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to love again’ and I immediately wrote it down on my phone and underneath I wrote ‘I know that I can make you learn to love again’.

When writing the song I was thinking of all the things in life we do when we lose out, when we fail, when we get our hearts broken. I realised that no matter what happens I always believe in trying again and never giving up on love or my dreams and so I wrote the song thinking about that and how important it is to always keep your heart open and that the love is out there. Go where the love is.”

The track follows on from RuthAnne’s previous singles ‘The Vow’, ‘Take My Place’, ‘Liquid’ and ‘It Is What It Is’ which have a combined 30 million streams. Her music has received accolades from influential media including The Times, Billboard, Wonderland, Complex and CLASH. RuthAnne recently won ‘Woman Of The Year’ at the Irish Tatler Awards and was VEVO’s ‘Artist Of The Month’ in October 2018. 

At just eight-years-old, RuthAnne started singing and songwriting, performing in musical theatre productions through her stage school and regularly taking the mic at karaoke bars, winning free drinks for her parents. Her incredible career spans back to being 17-years-old, and penning music for huge pop artists, including JoJo’s ‘Too Little Too Late,’ for which RuthAnne achieved the ASCAP Songwriters ‘Best Pop Song’ award. From then she wrote a string of hit records from Britney Spears’ RIAA platinum-certified ‘Work Bitch’ to One Direction’s ‘Where Do Broken Hearts Go’, Pentatonix’s ‘Misbehavin’ and Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha’s In The Name Of Love’. 

In 2017 she co-wrote 5 songs on Niall Horan’s debut solo album ‘Flicker,’ including US #1 hit ‘Slow Hands’ – which she received a BMI award for – and as a songwriter her songs have streamed over 4 billion times. RuthAnne has also supported Alanis Morrissette, Niall Horan, Third Story, X Ambassadors and Hozier on tour. 

RuthAnne’s innate talent to create chart-topping music is undeniable and her own debut album – inspired by musical greats like Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse and Alicia Keys – embodies her step from being the writer behind the hits to an all-encompassing recording artist.

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