Tag Archives: You May Like This

DOTT – Wedding Song

Galway-based DOTT writes:

On the third anniversary of Dott members’ Anna and Evan’s Wedding Day, Dott have released a new video for Wedding Song, taken from their new album Heart Swell.

The video, by Madra Dana, is a look back at what weddings looked like before Same Sex Marriage was legal while being juxtaposed with McCarthy’s lyrics which contemplate how the Marriage Referendum has changed love and matrimony for the better in Ireland.

The band are also celebrating the launch of the album with some gigs across Ireland [details at link below]…

DOTT

Billow Wood – Pushin’ and Shovin’

A new single from Indie folk male/female four-piece that “fuse a unique brand of instrumentation with multi-vocals and harmonies”.

Directed by Ciaran O’Donnell

Billow Wood

Thanks Pete Murphy

 

The Riptide Movement – Plastic Oceans

Brian Scally writes:

The concept for the video is the brainchild of The Riptide Movement’s frontman Malachy Tuohy. Featuring beautifully powerful choreography from London-based Edifice Dance Theatre and dancers Carmine De Amicis and Harriet Waghorn (top), the video is a visually compelling expression of the need for change in the way we produce consume, and dispose of the inexplicable amounts of plastic globally on a daily basis…

The Riptide Movement

Daithi (featuring Paul Noonan and Sinead White) – Take The Wheel

A live video for Galway-based fiddler Daithí’s Take The Wheel, featuring long time collaborator Sinead White and vocals from Bell X1 leader Paul Noonan, which was released as a double A-Side single with In My Darkest Moments, last week.

Video by Joseph Ingersoll.

Daithi (Facebook)

Cronin – She Saves

A new video from Bunnymenesque Midlands-based quartert off debut album “The First Kiss of Love‘ available on Live Transmission Records and, the excellently-named, Gentlemen Recordings

Includes mention of Ballymahon, County Longford.

Cronin

BETA-MAX – Pleased To Meet You

Following on from their palpably stonking debut Reach High Five last month…

Dublin dance music project’ BETA-MAX’s second single written “in the spirit of this hot Summer”.

Contains: pigeons.

BETA-MAX

Previously: You May Like THis

King Kong Company – My Name Is Now

A sultry Summer thumper from glorious Waterford-bred ‘festival specialists’.

Sabrina writes:

‘This new track and video features Sue O’Neill on vocals. Sue has been a regular King Konger since the band’s first ever Electric Picnic performance back in 2013. That gig gave birth to KKC’s legendary festival status, and the legend has been growing steadily since… ‘

King Kong Company

The Dying Seconds – Don’t Sweat The Small Sh*t (‘1986’ mix)

A new-yet-retro take on 2011’s ‘Don’t Sweat The Small Shit‘ by Cfit.

Dublin-based The Dying Seconds are, at top from left: Gary Donald, Jack Quilligan, David Cantan, and Mark Rooney.

David  writes:

…takes inspiration from synth greats like Giorgio Moroder, Gary Numan, and Soft Cell.  Using only classic analogue gear from the mid-eighties…

In fairness.

The Dying Seconds

Anna’s Anchor – White Washed Corridor

A powerful new single soaked in boozy regret and sober defiance  taken off long-player ‘Everybody’s Welcome’ by Anna’s Anchor (aka Limerick’s Marty Ryan) released on September 14 and available to pre-order now.

Marty writes:

It’s about my struggle to come to terms with my mother’s alcoholism and the ridiculously difficult, dangerous path I had to take in order to try and find help to come to terms with it, as the Irish government tries to turn a blind eye to mental health services, especially when it comes to alcohol related abuse.

Anna’s Anchor

Ultan Conlon. writes:

I’m a singer songwriter from Galway and also teach a few kids guitar on the side. Hugo Devitt who is 8 years old is an amazing talent and I think the above video proves this.

He went off and figured out my latest single, The Measure, all on his own.

Since I put the video on my Facebook page 4 Days ago it has received almost 40,000 views and over 230 shares, 600Likes, loves and wows! Plus 113 comments. I hope you enjoy it and give it a share …

Ultan Conlon