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The Shoos – Christmas Time

A festive single from Dublin’s The Shoos with special guest Lorna Kennedy providing vocals.

Video by Andrew Jordan

The Shoos

Street Lights collective – Homeward Bound

The Simon & Garfunkel classic re-imagined in aid of the Peter McVerry Trust, Simon Community Ireland and Focus Ireland for a upcoming charity album, entitled Street Lights.

Featuring The High Hopes Choir, Gary Lightbody, Cathy Davey, Villagers, Loah, Bono, Roisin O, Join Me In The Pines, Little Green Cars, Saint Sister and Colm Mac Con Iomaire. ‘

To donate €4 to the Street Lights Project text street lights to 50300.

Street Lights


Best Laid Plans.

From the new album Can’t Trust The Rain by Strand.

Can’t Trust The Rain is out now and available on 12in 180g vinyl and CD in Tower Records Dublin, Freebird Records Dublin, The Dingle Record Shop in Dingle Co Kerry, and Strand’s Facebook page.

Video by theatre director Jason Byrne.

Strand

Thanks Niall Toner

Badhands – Monday Morning

The lead single from the debut album by Dublin’s Badhands (aka Daniel Fitzpatrick) entitled ‘Predictable Boy’ and  launching tomorrow, Saturday, with a gig at The Workman’s Club, Wellington Quay, Dublin 2.

Video directed by Jamie Fitzpatrick.

Badhands

Thanks Pete

Susie Q – Hold On

A new single and video from Limerick singer’s debut album ‘Into the Sea’ which will be out next year.

Susie Q [aka Susan Quirke] writes:

I originally wrote the song for friends of mine who were struggling in their relationship but then I realised it had a more universal theme that applies to most of us when the going gets tough…. There is so much good waiting for us if we can hold on, and reach out for support when we need it. Life can be hard but also wonderful all at once, this is the dance of our shared humanity….

Video directed by Elijah Egan.

Susie Q

Arís Celebration Choir – Requiem for a Soldier

Kamen and Musker‘s ‘Requiem for A Soldier’ from the mini-series  Band of Brothers.

Sung by a Kilkenny-based, all-female choir conducted by Veronica MaCarron.

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice day on November 11.

Aris Choir

Jack Lukeman with the National Children’s Choir Starman

The Bowie classic sung by Jack Lukeman (Blackrock Castle Observatory music patron) and the National Children’s Choir together with the Trinity String Orchestra.

Starman is available on all digital platforms from tomorrow, Friday November 9 to coincide with Science Week. All proceeds in aid of Lauralynn Children’s Hospice.

Decent cover, in fairness.

Fight!

Jack Lukeman

202s – Up In Thin Air

A video by Paddy Cahill for the new single from the 202s – described by Germany’s Musikexpress as ‘Hymnal Kraut pop from Dublin’ – ahead of the launch of album ‘From When The Future Was Yet To Hurt Us’ at the Bello Bar, Dublin 8 on November 30.

202s

Taylor Hynes – IOU

Ted writes:

The song we’re sending to Minsk for the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest on November 25. Catchy but lose the Penneys leggings and jumpers…

James Cramer – Let Me Do Good

A new single by Dublin multi-instrumentalist James Cramer with a stunning video shot in Mexico City by filmmakers David Montuy and Pablo Leon.

In fairness.

James Cramer