New Single ‘Éalú’ – from Fí Out Now! on iTunes and all digital platforms
‘Gorgeous tune’ -The Irish Times
‘A nifty slice of ever so slightly ethereal pop’ – HotPress
‘Her debut single offers a glimpse of talents, showcasing her keen ear for melody and big pop hooks driven by electro beats’ – The Irish Daily Mirror
‘Fí needs to be on your radar’ – The Daily Listening
“Song of the Week” – Today FM
“One to Watch” –Spin
‘It sounds like a song Lorde would make if she was going to a rave‘– RTE 2FM
‘A modern day Enya with a hint of Florence’- Song of the day- FRQ.FM
‘A mix between Sam Sparro and a remix of a Florence & The Machine track’ – Remy’s Music and Film Blog-
Fí announces her brand new single ‘Éalú’. The 22 year old electro pop artist is inspired by felow luminaries such as Halsey, Lapsley, Lorde, Banks, Broods, Dua Lipa and Verite. She’s a self taught musician who started writing after buying her first guitar in college and has spent the last few years crafting songs from her bedroom.
‘Éalú’ is an Irish term which is translated as ‘escape’ in English. Written in a reaction to a sign she saw whilst returning from a gig in Dublin, Fí wrote this song seeing the sign, ‘éalú’ for the emergency exit on the side of a road. The song was produced by Denis Kilty, mixed by Ian Ring (Young Wonder) and mastered by Alchemy Mastering (James Blake).
The music video was shot in a warehouse in Smithfield, Dublin. The video was produced and directed by visual artist and videographer Kevin A. Freeney of Algorithm.
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