7 New Irish Tracks You Need To Hear This Week

7 New Irish Tracks You Need To Hear This Week

Two weeks in a row, can you believe it?

As you can gather from the title, here are seven of the best new Irish tracks that you need to hear.

Tolü Makay - Don't Let Go

Midlands vocalist Tolü Makay returns with a soulful and hearty track on 'Don't Let Go'.

Complete with textured vocals and brass and gospel infusions, 'Don't Let Go' is the first offering from Makay's upcoming EP BEING.


ROE - A Quiet Place


Our highlight from Derry-born artist ROE and her debut EP is most-definitely 'A Quiet Place'.

It's ready for radio indie pop, with a driving 808 giving the track a whopping punch, much like ROE's vocal performance.


Wyvern Lingo - Brutal Lottery

'Brutal Lottery' is a harrowing exploration of refugee children missing throughout Europe in search of a better life.

It showcases the Bray trio at their best, with haunting vocals, accompanied with a sparse and atmospheric instrumental.


All of the proceeds from the song's Bandcamp page will go to Missing Children Europe.


Breezy Ideygoke - Bag A Man

Breezy Ideygoke has created a tune that the lost summer could've done with 'Bag a Man'.

The chorus on this afrobeat infused track is insatiable, with one listen, it'll be stuck in your head.



Ev Carm - Looking For You

Limerick-born artist Ev Carm puts experimental folk to the fore on 'Looking For You'.

If you're looking for some Mic Christopher, may we suggest you give this a spin. The track's layered production gives it a warm tonic, with Ev Carm's vocals the perfect gin. Toppings optional.

Lucy McWilliams - RUNAWAY

Lucy McWilliams first burst onto the scene on Malaki's 'Fair Play', and has now released her debut single 'RUNAWAY'.

The daughter of economist David McWilliams, 'RUNAWAY' is a debut track that belies the inexperience. It is insanely smooth, with McWilliams' vocal performance a force to be reckoned with.



Alex Gough - BACKSEAT

Alex Gough has returned with 'BACKSEAT', a tune chockfull of driving production that the drummer/rapper is noted for.

'BACKSEAT' will form part of Gough's upcoming project Forever Classic.


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