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TLMT’s The Week Featuring New Music by April, modernlove, Winnie Ama, Ali Comerford & more

TLMT adds to its Weekly Spotify playlist with new music from the past 7 days in Irish music.

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modernlove – Take Me Far Away

‘Tale Me Far Away’ finds modernlove swinging for the fences with a widescreen indie-pop sound that resonates with vivid texture from start to finish.

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April feat. Jimi Somewhere – Impossible

Taken from April’s forthcoming Starlane mixtape (out October 21st), ‘Impossible’ featuring Jimi Somewhere is a tender, dreamlike alt-pop offering highlighted by hazel stylisation.

Photo by Guy Boggan

Rachel Mae Hannon – Breathe

Set to a serene bedrock of lush sounds, Rachel Mae Hannon’s soulful performance on ‘Breathe’ weaves a lasting spell via harmonies and beats.

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Ali Comerford – Cool Girl

Ali Comerford’s ‘Cool Girl’ plays across tightly woven layer of musicality that rises and falls behind Comerford’s deftly delivered vocal and songwriting.

Photo by Mark Dupré

Ailsha – R.I.P (Dead 2 Me)

Melding punk-pop and gothic elements, the multi-textural pop of Ailsha’s ‘R.I.P (Dead 2 Me) makes for an individualistic blend of genre and melodrama.

Columbia Mills – The Day Has Won

The icy, darkly lit backdrop of ‘The Day Has Won’ makes for a deep-seated journey through Columbia Mills all-encompassing sound.

Winnie Ama – Don’t Worry

Slickly performed and produced, ‘Don’t Worry’ draws its power from Winnie Ama’s stellar vocal that rests perfectly on a stylish beat.

Pádraig Cooney – Centuries Of Learning

Pádraig Cooney’s new album Centuries Of Learning is a record built from a foundation of ever-evolving electronic indie-pop, casting a sweeping sonic shadow on songs like ‘Space’, album closer ‘Now We Must End’ and ‘Houses’ featuring Bronwyn Murphy-White. 

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