Category: Latest News

Clara Byrne Announces LP ‘Handstitched’ Set To Be Released On July 8th 2022

No Comments

Clara Byrne is a socialist singer-songwriter from Bray, Ireland. Her lyrical inspiration is drawn from the world around her and she seeks solitude from the world through her music. She was surrounded by music as a child. Growing up, she was spoon-fed blues in all of its forms from Chicago to Delta and it is sonically present throughout the tapestry of the album. As are echoes of the great songwriters of the past century, such as Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell. There has also been a strong Irish influence on her work. Fellow luminaries such as Villagers, Mick Flannery, and Lisa Hannigan have provided her with significant inspiration and have helped shape her own style. 

She has so far released three singles from ‘Handstitched’, her forthcoming debut album set to be released on July 8th. The singles have been met with a warm reception that has included airplay on RTE Radio 1 and 98fm. The new single ‘I’m Sorry’ will be released on June 17th.

UK reviewer Get In Her Ears described the single “Conflict Bound” as “a poignant reflection of the pressures and contradictions we encounter living under capitalism… (with) sincere lyrics and rich vocals”, while Indie Buddie declared her “a proficient up and coming songwriter”.

Commenting on the album Clara says: In this time we find ourselves, nothing is secure and no one is safe. The small mercies won through large sacrifices are trumped by the ever-growing gains of the 1%. Now is not the time for distraction, to be idle or to let apathy reign. Now is the time to do something; to educate ourselves, to act, even to just get angry. This album is the something I chose to do. From every lyrical line to each instrument recorded in two studios, it has all been handstitched together with care. I hope you enjoy it.

Clara graduated from BIMM Dublin with a degree in Songwriting and played all over Ireland and abroad in Berlin and San Francisco. She has supported a wealth of Irish artists including Wallis Bird, Mick Pyro (Republic Of Loose), Cathy Davey and Neil Hannon (Divine Comedy).

Her debut album Handstitched is one of her greatest achievements. The album features talented musicians from Irish bands like Thumper, Enemies and Chief Keegan. During the first lockdown, the album was completed remotely, and it has been awaiting the right moment to be released. The time has come.



Gig: Fri, 8 July 2022, 20:00 – 23:00 IST @ The Workmans Cellar, 8 Essex Street East, D02 HT44 Dublin 8, Ireland link to buy tickets.



Categories: Latest News

Forever Young Festival Announce Carol Decker/TPau Will Be Joining the Line Up This Summer!

No Comments

The best party of the Summer returns on the 15th, 16th and 17th of July in the luxurious grounds of Palmerstown House Estate, Co Kildare.

Forever Young Festival- where the 80’s comes alive is back!!!

+ BUS LINKS FROM CORK, GALWAY, WEXFORD, LIMERICK combined coach and Festival packages now available! Shuttle buses from DUBLIN & NAAS And don’t forget the HOTEL AND BUS packages, all on the website 

+ Carol Decker/TPau will be joining the lineup again this summer!!

This Summer see’s the return of ‘Forever Young Festival’, an event that brings the explosive 80’s back to life, in full neon glory. Awarded ‘Best Line Up’ and ‘Best Medium-Sized Festival’ in Ireland (2019). Forever Young 2022 promises to be one you will not forget. Create forever memories with timeless bands from the 80’s such as headliners Marti Pellow (Wet Wet Wet), Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes to Hollywood) and OMD alongside an array of fellow luminaries and a star-studded line up of over 30 original 80’s iconic artists, taking to the stage on the 15-17th July 2022.  Sing along to Tiffany, Paul Young, Haircut 100, Wendy James, Nik Kershaw, Bananarama, Paul Carrack, In Tua Nua, Heather Small, 5 Star, The Boomtown Rats and many many more.

This is a high-end adult party weekend par excellence, an unforgettable musical experience. A mixtape weekend where colleagues, friends and family can relive their youth, pull on their leg warmers and ra ra skirts, don the shoulder pads, roll up their suit sleeves along with mirrored aviator shades, and enjoy the 80’s all over again. This is a trip in a time machine, and true to their era, a classic DeLorean and Knight Rider ‘Kit’ car welcomes you at the main arena entrance. The retro gaming tent is another nostalgia fest with Space Invaders, Pac man, all the original arcade games that set the foundation of all gaming.

Combine the incredible experience with luxury camping, flushing toilets, on-site glamping with comfortable beds, duvets, and power to charge your devices so you can be sure to take as many photos as possible to cherish the memories, hot showers, and golf buggy lifts around the site. Forever Young strives to make your comfort and enjoyment their number one priority.

Covid has been hard on so many, it’s time to let the hair down, loosen the stress levels and get lost in the music of our favourite era. The huge site allows for a spacious layout, so bring your camping chairs and blankets! The festival is set on 900 acres, so no one needs to crowd together if they are covid wary.  

It’s impossible to put into words, but something very special happens at Forever Young, the attendees at the inaugural event in 2019 described it as ‘a field in Kildare, that just overflowed with fun, thrills and love’.  We hope to see you there!

Along with our ethos of being an eco-friendly, climate-aware run event, the festival was launched solely to raise funds for a new animal welfare charity “Animal Welfare and Veterinary Care Ireland”, charity no: 20206152. All single-use plastics are fully banned on site, so the beautiful grounds stay clean, festival-goers don’t walk through a sea of waste, none of the waste goes to landfill, this is a festival with a heart and a conscience.

THE LINE-UP: More acts to be announced, but already Forever Young sets out to retain its ‘Best Line up in Ireland’ status featuring: –

Marti Pellow (WET WET WET) | Holly Johnson | OMD | Bananarama | Paul Young | Boomtown Rats | Paul Carrack | Alphaville | Nik Kershaw | Nick Heyward| Tiffany | Chesney Hawkes   Hot Chocolate | Trevor Horn | Five Star |  Limahl | The Undertones | John Parr | Bad Manners | Heather Small | Johnny Hates Jazz | The Blow Monkeys | In Tua Nua | The Adventures | Wendy James |  Doctor and The Medics | Brian Downeys Alive and Dangerous | TPau Carol Decker!

What people had to say about Forever Young in 2019

 “I’ve been to loads of festivals; this was just the best one ever”  

“It felt like a gathering of friends, the atmosphere was like nothing I’ve experienced”

 “I’ve never been to a festival, so I was nervous, but it was the friendliest event imaginable, people dressing up in 80’s outfits, the bands were amazing, it was truly the best weekend of my life”


Official Website

Follow FOREVER YOUNG FESTIVAL on social media and remember to use the hashtag #ForeverYoung2022

‘Beneath What We Become’ Announce New Music.

No Comments

Julie and Shaun, an acoustic folk duo hailing from Northern Ireland, first met after both placed separate online ads seeking other musicians to collaborate with. Immediately after meeting, their connection was instant and their understanding of one another’s musicality was obvious.

They draw influences from fellow luminaries such as PJ Harvey, Damien Rice, Lisa Hannigan, Grant Lee Buffalo, Aldous Harding and Mogwai. The pandemic gave the band the opportunity to evolve their collaboration and musicality. Their first track, Beneath What We Become, aims to set the tone of what you can expect, which is a sonic journey of lush melodies and vocals. 

As the melodic fingerpicking moves along, you’re taken on a journey. The Cello contributes depth and emotion, leading us to the vocals. A conversation between two souls, on a different wavelength, is reflected in these honest words. They talk about how their future will unfold as they walk together. – Shaun

In December 2021, they recorded their track ‘Beneath What We Become’ at Greene Noise Audio in Lurgan. With the help of engineer Matt Greene, they will record their debut album here. April 29th marks the release date of the new single, be sure to check out the band on their links below. 

Categories: Latest News

Rachael Sage Announces new Single “Revelation Ground’ and UK & Irish Tour Support for Imelda May + Solo Headline Show in Whelans Aug 31st

No Comments

“Her keen, ironic sense of humour and quirky sense of the profound is what makes her special as a songwriter” — Billboard

Rachael Sage’s “Revelation Ground” marks a turning point in the NYC-based artist’s songwriting and production, merging her lifelong reverence for ’60’s-era folk – a la Leonard Cohen, Pete Seeger, and Simon & Garfunkel – with a weathered, hard-won perspective on the sacredness of time itself. Amidst the landscape of the pandemic, racial protest, the loss of far too many loved ones, and her own cancer experience, Sage distils bright hope and beauty from perhaps her most universal lyrics yet. With a hum-along melody that sounds like it’s existed forever, Sage’s voice achieves an intimate poignancy underscored by longtime collaborator Dave Eggar’s rhapsodic cello playing. Mixed by Grammy® Winner Andy Zulla.

Since founding her own label MPress Records two decades ago, Sage has steadily released a slew of vibrant, dynamic albums described by Goldmine Magazine as “mesmerizing…thoughtful, pensive and flush with an emotional flourish, all carefully and adeptly executed.” She has toured with an eclectic list of artists including Ani DiFranco, Beth Hart, Howard Jones, and Grammy® winners Shawn Colvin and Judy Collins – with whom she also recorded a critically-acclaimed duet of Neil Young’s “Helpless”.

After a gigging hiatus during the Covid restrictions, Rachael is looking forward to returning to the road and performing as support to Imelda May. On returning to Ireland, she commented:

I have toured Ireland several times in the past, performed at Dublin Pride, appeared several times on RTE Radio 1, and also lived and recorded my first record there in my teens while working at The Yeats Festival; in short, I’ve always had strong connections with Ireland and my time spent there definitely had a significant impact on my music…so I could not be more thrilled and honoured to be returning there to support the brilliant Imelda May!”

In addition to being a six-time Independent Music Award-winning musician and producer, Sage is also a John Lennon Contest Grand Prize winner who has released over 20 diverse albums and EPs. Sage has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, SXSW, and toured globally from Japan to Berlin with her band, The Sequins. Sage is also a visual artist and former ballet dancer who performed with the New York City Ballet. She is additionally a philanthropic advocate who has raised money for a wide range of causes, including WHY Hunger, the American Refugee Committee, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital and the National Network For Youth (NN4Y). Her 2020 album Character yielded the Billboard-charting single “Blue Sky Days”.

Sage is an artist not to be missed, in both performance and energy emitting from the music and live performances. ‘Revelation Ground’ her latest musical release can be heard below in the official music video. You can check out the gigs dates for all upcoming Irish shows. 

Irish Gig Dates: (Supporting Imelda May) + solo show at Whelan’s is August 31 (8pm doors, 8:30 show)

5/1/22 – Belfast, UK – Waterfront Hall*

5/2/22 – Derry, UK – Millennium Forum*

5/3/22 – Drogheda, IE – The TLT

5/5/22 – Galway, IE – Leisureland Theatre*

5/6/22 – Limerick, IE – University Concert Hall*

5/7/22 – Killarney, IE – INEC Arena*

5/9/22 – Cork, IE – Cork Opera House*

5/10/22 – Cork, IE – Cork Opera House*

5/11/22 – Wexford, IE – National Opera House*

5/13/22 – Dublin, IE – Vicar Street*

5/14/22 – Dublin, IE – Vicar Street*

5/15/22 – Dublin, IE – Vicar Street*

8/31/22 – Dublin, IE – Whelans – Solo headline show


Instagram / Twitter / Facebook



Michelle Grimes Announces New Single ‘Date Night’ Set To Be Released April 15th

No Comments

Multi-instrumentalist (piano, accordion and guitar!) Michelle Grimes arrives on the scene with a voice, panache and Pop / R’n’B sensibility that instantly sets her apart from her musical peers. No stranger to the stage, Michelle has performed in Trafalgar Square to over 20,000 spectators as part of ‘Pride in London’, has sung for the King and Queen of Belgium as well as singing for The Taoiseach and the U.S Presidential party in June last year when they visited Ireland. 

“Hailing from Limerick, Grimes has emerged as one of the country’s most promising pop acts of recent memory. After the release of her first single ‘Going, Going, Gone’, Hotpress nominated Grimes alongside the likes of Dermot Kennedy and Denise Chaila for Irish artist of the year and one to watch in 2021. 

With a sound that’s already been compared to the likes of Ariana Grande, Jessie J and Dua Lipa, the Irish star-in-the-making has just announced her new single ‘Date Night’. Blending elements of pop and R n’ B, the song is the perfect soundtrack for your night out or getting ready for your night out.

Grimes comments:

I wrote this song in the height of lockdown. I just imagined my dream fantasy date night. I wanted to get dressed up and go out for dinner and cocktails.

Michelle’s debut single wowed Irish radio and she went straight onto playlists across the country from Fm104, Live95, LMFM, Corks 96 and C103 as their Select Irish Artist of the Month as well as gracing the airwaves across BBC (Track of the week), 2FM, Spin and many more. Michelle smashed it at the overall International Radio Charts in Ireland landing on the Top 20 most played Artists on Irish radio alongside Ariana, Joel Corry, Dermot Kennedy, Dua Lipa and other stars. The track reached #3 in the breakers charts on Irish radio too. 

The new single ‘Date Night’, is yet another pop anecdote from the rising artist. 

Link to Instagram:

Link to YouTube:

Categories: Latest News


TG4 Gradam Ceoil 2022 Awards Ceremony Celebrates 25th Anniversary on Easter Sunday in the National Concert Hall Dublin.

No Comments

+ Musician Paddy Glackin, to be awarded the highest accolade in Traditional Irish Music

+ Lifetime Achievement Award goes to Dolores Keane.

TG4 Gradam Ceoil 2022 Awards ceremony will take place in Dublin for the first time in the award’s history. This is the 25th year of the awards ceremony and it will air live on TG4 on Easter Sunday 17th April at 9.30pm from the National Concert Hall. The annual Gradam Ceoil Awards, also known as ‘the Oscars of traditional music’, pay homage to musicians who have advanced, strengthened, and preserved traditional music in Ireland

Musician 2022 will be awarded to Paddy Glackin. For almost half a century, Paddy has made, and continues to make, a significant contribution to traditional music in Ireland. Amongst leading influences were his father and subsequently, John Doherty, Tommie Potts and Padraig O’Keeffe. Paddy has always been eager to engage with new approaches – his seminal 1980 recording with Jolyon Jackson set a benchmark in opening cross-fertilisation within traditional music and his work with the avant-garde American composer John Cage has been universally acknowledged. The founding fiddle player with The Bothy Band, included amongst many others he has toured and recorded with are Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, Liam O’Flynn, Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin & Robbie Hannan. Fiddle player, consummate performer, seasoned broadcaster, teacher, recording artist, archivist, collaborator – a true keeper of the flame.

From Cúil Aodha in Cork Diarmuid Ó Meachair is this year’s recipient of the Young Musician 2022 award. Having started on the tin whistle and growing up singing with the Cór Cúil Aodha, Diarmuid was always immersed in the Irish traditional music world. His music not only comes from the area but very much from the blood.

Drawing from musicians such as Finbarr Dwyer, Jackie Daly, Johnny Connolly and mixing that with techniques from John Kimmell and many Quebec musicians, Diarmuid is one of the most exciting accordion/ melodeon players of his generation.

This year’s Lifetime Achievement 2022 goes to Dolores Keane. She has one of the most distinctive, soulful, and sweet voices of our generation. As a young girl, she was influenced by the singing of her aunts Sarah and Rita. She began her professional singing career with Dé Dannan in 1975 where her unique, soulful, and emotive voice was heard across the globe. Her work with John Faulkner brought new arrangements to the tradition that was to continue through the 1980’s and early 1990’s.  Her recordings with The Reel Union Band, ‘Solid Ground and ‘Lion in a Cage’ were ground-breaking. She has collaborated with Emmylou Harris, The Chieftains, Paul Brady in song from the Irish tradition and other traditions.

Connie O’Connell will be awarded Composer 2022. Connie is a fiddle player and composer from Cill na Martra, in the Múscraí Gaeltacht of West Cork. Connie’s music has been influenced by the renowned fiddle players of the nearby Sliabh Luachra area such as Denis Murphy, Pádraig O’Keeffe, and Julia Clifford. In 2014 a collection of 69 of his compositions was released as two CDs (recorded by Connie and his daughter, Áine), along with a book of the tunes. UCC – where Connie has taught fiddle since the 1980s – has made this Bóithrín na Smaointe project available as a free, online learning resource.

Conamara sean-nós singer Sarah Ghriallais is this year’s Singer 2022.  Sarah grew up in Cinn Mhara in the Conamara Gaeltacht steeped in the tradition of sean-nós. She won Corn Uí Riada at Oireachtas na Gaeilge in 1984, an award won eight times since by various members of the Griallais family; her sisters Nan and Nora and more recently, her son, Michael Frank Ó Confhaola and her niece Celia Ní Fhátharta. Sarah was appointed singer in residence at NUIG in 2017. Her songs have been recorded by Cló Iar–Chonnacht and most recently ‘Idir Dhá Sháile 2’ by Gael Linn. The most noted songs of her repertoire are ‘Táilliúr a’Mhagadh’, ‘Eileanóir na Rún’, ‘Póg Bhideog’ and ‘Amhrán Chamuis’.

Edwina Guckian from Drumsna in Co. Leitrim receives the Outstanding Contribution Award 2022 Edwina was steeped in the music of Leitrim and Roscommon as a young child. She is a dancer, dance teacher, choreographer, artistic director, and cultural activist who since the age of 16 has innovated and moulded various projects and gatherings all of which explore the relationship between music and movement. Through The Airc Damhsa Culture ClubThe Leitrim Dance Project, The Modern-Day Mummers and her most recent projects, Sowing the Seed and Jenny put the Kettle on, she has engaged thousands of children and adults in dance, all in a fun, non-competitive environment. She works tirelessly to promote the cultural treasures of her native Leitrim through her work with most cultural and artistic organisations in Ireland today. She has performed with the biggest musical acts in Ireland today and is without doubt, one of Ireland’s leading solo dancers.

A new award introduced this year, the Music Group 2022 goes to Skara Brae. Skara Brae’s emergence in the early 1970’s rejuvenated interest in Irish traditional singing at a time when it was in danger of dying out. They produced a unique, ground-breaking sound that challenged the traditional view of sean-nós singing but remains fresh and innovative to this day. Skara Brae is sisters and brother Tríona, Maighread and Mícheal Ó Domhnaill (1951-2006) and Daithí Sproule. Skara Brae’s distinctive sound is rooted in the tradition whilst also taking inspiration from emerging pop and folk acts of the 1960’s such as The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Joan Baez. A new, young emerging audience were grabbed by Skara Brae’s raw, edgy, fresh sound and their 1971 album continue to inspire generations of traditional Irish singers and musicians to this day.

The full list of TG4 Gradam Ceoil 2022 recipients reads as follows:

  • Ceoltóir /Musician – Paddy Glackin  
  • Amhránaí /Singer – Sarah Ghriallais
  • Ceoltóir Óg/Young Musician – Diarmuid Ó Meachair
  • Gradam Saoil/Lifetime Achievement– Dolores Keane
  • Cumadóir / Composer – Connie O’Connell
  • Grúpa Ceoil/Music Group- Skara Brae
  • Gradam Comaoine/OutstandingContribution – Edwina Guckian

Gradam Ceoil TG4 is the premier annual traditional music awards scheme and academy.  An independent panel of adjudicators selects recipients each year.  It is not a competition.  The Gradam Ceoil recipients are presented with a specially commissioned piece by leading sculptor John Coll as well as a small stipend. 

This year’s awards will be presented at the Gradam Ceoil TG4 Concert in the Nation Concert Hall, Dublin on Easter Sunday 17th April. At this live televised concert, hosted by Doireann Glackin & Páidí Ó Lionáird, the 2022 Gradam recipients will be joined in performance on stage by their own special musical guests in a unique, star-studded line-up of musicians and award-presenters. Tickets available at

TG4 Commissioning Editor, Proinsias Ní Ghráinne, says, “I am delighted that TG4 can keep celebrating the very best of traditional music and song each year. We are honoured to witness such an array of spectacular performances on the Gradam stage and on the many stages and locations of our traditional music programming throughout the year.  Gradam comes to Dublin for the first time to celebrate a milestone of 25 ears.  Comhghairdeas le na faighteoirí uilig.  Is sibh croí agus anam na tíre seo.”

WINNIE AMA Releases New Single ‘Awe Of You’

No Comments

Winnie Ama is part of a new breed of electronic artists blending conscious lyrics, soulful alternative RnB vocals with dance, house and pop rhythms. The Belfast born and raised Northern-Irish-Ghanaian artist has had success with multiple MusicWeek UK Club Chart top 10’s and support from, RTE2FM, FM104, BBC Radio Ulster with BBC Introducing referencing her fresh writing style and distinctive voice.

Winnie Ama’s writing style is inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone and Amy Winehouse. She switched from writing poetry and stories to writing music. Then she studied jazz vocals before making her commercial music debut in 2019 writing 3 songs in collaboration with Francis Groove that made the top 10 in MusicWeek’s UK Urban/Black Club Chart – ‘Can’t Wait’ #1, I Swear #7 and Born to Win #6. She also appeared in Photo Vogue in 2019. Her solo debut ‘What Are We’ was on MusicWeek’s Black Club Chart for 6 weeks, peaking at number 11.

Winnie Ama has a collection of forthcoming new singles in the pipeline to follow up her debut showcasing her musical style, Winnie Ama is also a lead data analyst for the Why Not Her? movement which campaigns for gender equality in the music industry and mentors other artists.

In 2022 she has a series of singles followed by an EP, starting with electronic pop track ‘Here I Go’ produced with Sim0n Le Saint on 25 Feb 2022 and a pop-house collaborative track with two New York Producers Genpop and Pommy – ‘Awe of You’ out on 25 March 2022.

Named ‘One to Watch’ and ‘Future Headliner’ – by BBC Introducing 2022

Joint Winner of the FM104 New Artists competition – performing live on the main stage for the St Patrick’s Day Festival, Dublin 2022

‘Best song in the World’ by BBC Introducing (Awe of You),

‘Songs you should hear this week’ by Nialler9 (Here I Go) 2022

Featured in RTE Documentary – Our Land 2022. This country has conflict in living memory. But when it’s minorities who are marginalised, who listens? From Traveller rights to Black Lives Matter and much of the discrimination in between, this episodic documentary delves into our collective understanding of conflicts that exist today in Ireland, featuring Winnie Ama. You can watch it here. 





Categories: Latest News

Tags: ,

Dave Clancy Announces ‘Out Of The Shadow’ Single Fri April 8th.

No Comments

Sometimes songs come along that sound both familiar and new, and Dave Clancy is a songwriter with that elusive gift. The Galway songwriter’s latest single ‘Out Of The Shadow’ is a song inspired by the past two years and celebrates the quiet triumph of an unsung hero.

The song follows on from Clancy’s debut album The Path, which was released last year. A collection of songs that subtly announce the arrival of a genuine talent. This is a record to be savoured, to be enjoyed from beginning to end. The album was produced by Liam Caffrey and Eamon Brady, and features the vocal talents of The Whileaways and Pauline Scanlon. It also features the virtuoso talents of jazz musician Matthew Berrill, Fergal Scahill on fiddle and Will Merrigan on Double Bass. Dave Clancy has created an album of depth and substance, a debut that evokes songwriting stalwarts like Guy Clark and John Prine.

Dave is also a member of The Bird On The Wire project, a 10 piece band whose Leonard Cohen show has sold out The Olympia and London’s Union Chapel. An accomplished multi-instrumentalist his years as a session player allow him to add a range of tones to his own work. Currently, at work on his second record, Dave’s music is a perfect companion on long evenings and laid-back drives.

Find out more about Dave here:

Website / Instagram


Abby Butler Set To Release ‘Deja Vu’ On March 25th

No Comments

Abby Butler is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from the city of Limerick in Ireland. With her compelling voice and songwriting style, she captivates the audience every time she performs. Her songs draw upon the challenges of her life. Sonically, she takes the listener on a journey through life’s highs and lows. Abby has refined her music to reflect her unique approach to her performances, inspired by fellow luminaries Hozier and Wallis Bird.

New single ‘DejaVu’ is set to be released on March 25th 

Live 95fms’ “Local Hero” music award was recently awarded to this powerful talent, and she’s been nominated as one of Hotpress’ “Hot for 2022” artists. You can follow Abby on all social media platforms so you can stay up to date with her musical journey, her new music releases, and where she’s playing so you can experience her live.


Website / Spotify / Instagram / TikTok 



Brooke secures Eurovision spot to represent Ireland with ‘That’s Rich’

No Comments

Brooke secures Eurovision spot to represent Ireland with ‘That’s Rich’

Irish Alt-Pop artist, Brooke has been making waves for her ferocious vocal delivery and dance-worthy anthems. Rising to fame as a finalist of The Voice UK 2020, she wowed the judges and viewers with her show-stopping performances. Having duetted with Ella Eyre and been mentored by Grammy award-winning coach/singer Meghan Trainor, Brooke is closely following in the footsteps of these strong female artists. 

Brooke won her spot to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2022 after a show-stopping performance of “That’s Rich” on RTE’s Late Late Show Eurosong Special – she will represent Ireland at this year’s contest in Turin in May.

Brooke Scullion wins The Late Late Show Eurosong Special and will go on to represent Ireland at The Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy, in May. Picture Andres Poveda


The latest single “That’s Rich.” Inspired by Blondie meets The Gossip, the fiery and empowering track narrates how you should never settle for anyone who doesn’t fulfil your needs. Brooke shares, “I was reading Debbie Harry’s autobiography and wanted to encapsulate the attitude she portrayed in her life.” Oozing with energy and sass, the songwriter demonstrates her impressive and powerful vocal range, which soars atop a throbbing beat and playful instrumentation. 

With her music receiving acclaim from the likes of BBC Introducing, as well as numerous Spotify editorial playlists including New Music Friday and New Pop UK Playlists, Brooke is set for a roaring 2022.

Watch Music Video HERE / Live Performance HERE

Social: Spotify, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter