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No Fixed Abode #3

by / July 19, 2020

While we love to focus our attention on musicians and bands from Northern Ireland, we receive submissions from all over the world. Our new No Fixed Abode feature will shine a light on some of these other artists.

Hannah Georgas – Dreams

Shimmering indie pop from Canadian Hannah Georgas. The track is nicely textured and showcases her beautiful vocals perfectly.

Jack O’Flaherty – Pushback

O’Flaherty’s latest is a pacey pop rock anthem that acts as a statement of intent for his new solo career.

Jess Chalker – West Hollywood

Jess Chalker’s latest is a dreamy alt pop ear worm that is sure to soundtrack the rest of your summer.

Sprints – The Cheek

The latest in a long line of spirited punk offerings to come from Irish shores. Brimming with confidence, sarcasm and a healthy dose of aggression, it demands your attention.

Hollow Coves – Evermore

Charming indie folk from Brisbane duo Ryan Henderson and Matt Carins. Filled with stunning harmonies and soaring instrumentation, it is dripping with nostalgic love.

Kiara Jordan – Be Again

Kiara’s latest release is backed by pleasant guitar playing that allows her vocals to rightly take centre stage. Raw, honest indie pop.

Skip Curtis – Someone For You

Glitzy feeling indie pop from Welsh singer songwriter Skip Curtis on Someone For You. Energetic compared to previous releases, you’ll be hitting the repeat button.

The Coronas – Light Me Up

One of the biggest Irish bands of the moment and that momentum shows no signs of abating when they continue to churn out pop rock anthems that connect with people.

Dave McKendry – Colourblind

Belfast is blessed with a myriad of talented songwriters and while he is now based in Venice, Dave McKendry adds his name to that list with the charming Colourblind.


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