The Bray, Co Wicklow native debuted at number 5 in the UK also this week.

Letterman, Ellen, Saturday Night Live, Taylor Swift, every little helps.

Fair play though, in fairness.

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37 thoughts on “Wowzier

  1. rotide

    The Craft Beer of Irish music.

    Just wait till he moves his tax offshore and ye can all hate him :)

  2. Happy Molloy

    fair play in fairness.
    do like that take me to church song, what about the album, is it good or would it be very samey?

      1. Miami Dolphin's Barn

        Christians normally don’t analyse things by default so if a song has ‘Take me to church’ that will be enough for them. Just like ‘Take the shackles off my feet so I can dance, I just want to praise you” is Christian teen anthem.

    1. Mick Flavin

      It’s a great achievement, but the Billboard was a much tougher nut when Oasis were trying to crack it. Album sales are at an all-time low now.

  3. Drogg

    Fair play. The album is amazing. It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a new album this much.

    1. Mani

      Good luck to him. I can’t get past the voice. Like pissing oneself. There’s the initial glow of warmth which quickly fades, to be replaced by dampness and shame.

  4. Lilly

    He’s not from Bray… he’s from/lives on Church Road in Newcastle (Co Wicklow). Dunno why Bray keeps coming up in reference to his bio, perhaps it’s the next largest town or something?

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