Mar 10, 2015
Kathryn Mason
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Fiach Moriarty “Revolution”. His new single taken from the forthcoming album “The Revolution”

Fiach Moriarty “Revolution”

His new single taken from the forthcoming album “The Revolution”

Released April 17th 2015.

Single front

“Don’t go to see Dublin’s own Fiach Moriarty unless you are totally prepared to fall in love with him”

-Evening Herald

Vive la revolution! Dublin singer Fiach Moriarty returns with his second album “The Revolution” which is due for release April 17th 2015. The album will be launched with the title track in March.

Lauded by the likes of Chris White of The Zombies “I was rendered speechless by his voice and songwriting. There was nothing I could say to this artist. Lyrically and musically he is one of the best singer/songwriters around.” Plus Irish legend Paul Brady “Fiach Moriarty is one of Ireland’s most talented singer-songwriters with a musical sophistication rare in the genre”. The time is now for the revolution to begin and Fiach Moriarty to claim his place as one of Ireland’s most impressive singers and songwriters.

Fiach’s second album, ‘The Revolution’ was heavily influenced by his childhood memories of taking to the streets of Dublin to march for various causes in the 80’s together with his family. The result is an album that tackle subjects such as The 1916 Easter Rising, World War 1 and Los San Patricios (the Irish brigade in the 19th century Mexican Army) yet is filled with a wide breadth of catchy hooks, clever lyrics and beautifully crafted songs.

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Website: www.fiachmusic.com

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REVOLUTION (Lyrics)

The revolution will be televised in a modern book

Face to face with a race that has been run to oblivion

But does anybody really care?

‘Free the Guildford Four!”

Was a slogan we would roar as we took to the streets

We were marching on our feet but we’re not marching

We’re not fighting no more war

You see I’m worried there’s a hole in your head

Where the rain is creeping in

And the drone of The Dead is beginning to seep in

And you’re giving up, giving up, giving up

The revolution will be criticised by the World elite

Unless it suits their agenda to overthrow those they’ve armed to the teeth

The revolution will be vilified in the media

Hypothetical in words and phrases,

Circling the cages

Scribbling in pages and hurling on a ditch of words

You see I’m worried there’s a hole in your head

Where the rain is creeping in

And the drone of The Dead is beginning to seep in

And you’re giving up, giving up, giving up

The revolution will be you and me

If you want it to be

Just as long as you don’t give it up, give it up, give it up, give it up

Give it up, give it up

Just as long as you don’t give it up, give it up, give it up, give it up

Give it up, give it up

Feb 24, 2015
Kathryn Mason
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Mickey Harte “ Wish You Well” announcing his new single.

Mickey Harte “ Wish You Well”

His new single – Impact date – 6th March 2015

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iTunes pre-order – https://itunes.apple.com/ie/album/wish-you-well-single/id969499012

From Lifford, Co.Donegal, Mickey Harte is one of Ireland’s premier, modern day performers and singer songwriters. Mickey Harte has been a mainstay of the Irish roots and popular music scene for more than 10 years. He has multiple Platinum records to his credit including #1’s and many Top 20 hits on the Irish charts.

  • With a new album on the way soon, what better way to kick off a busy 2015 for Mickey, than with the release of a new single “Wish You Well” on 6th March.
  • He returns to Germany in March 2015 for some tour dates and to work on the new recordings… #watchthisspace
  • Two Recent writing collaborations with legendary songwriter Paul Brady include the radio releases “Bring it on Bring it on”, and a song commissioned for the Gathering initiative entitled “Come gather all”.
  • Prolifically composing songs throughout the years and more recently themes for RTE TV programmes including “Lords of the ring” & “Brian and Pippa get married” And as a host and contributor on various TV and radio productions for BBC/ RTE / TV3 and TG4.
  • 2014 was busy for Mickey, touring and writing new material, with the most recent of these “From Gweedore to Tralee” Feat: Moya Brennan (Clannad) receiving local and national attention from radio and media, not to mention 2 German tours, and a new German recording project just begun.
  • Mickey hosted the IMRO song writing workshop as part of the “celebration of Christie Hennessy and songwriters” in Fels Point Hotel, Tralee, Co.Kerry (Nov 2014)
  • Mickey has toured extensively collaborating and supporting many major Irish and International artists, Playing festivals and venues all over Ireland, Germany, England, Spain, France, and the USA.

WHAT THE MEDIA SAY…”Mickey Harte Has forged a reputation as a talent to be reckoned with, the 13 songs on “forward to reality” should steer him back to where he belongs, among the real Musicians”…. (Hot Press)

Harte sings of the quiet desperation of growing up in a “Bordertown,” on the third track, and there’s grit on “Broken Love” and “Living in Our Town.”  That’s the bite I’ve always wanted to hear from him… (Mail on Sunday)

If you want an album that is blissfully free of gimmickry, where quality music gives layer upon layer of listening pleasure, then this album comes highly recommended and well worth the investment… (Eurovisionary)

-ENDS-

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Kathryn – 087-2627977 or km@kathrynmason.ie

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