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The incredibly talented and up-and-coming duo Little Hours have signed with RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment and today sees the release of their second radio single “Tired”, taken from their self-titled debut EP and which peaked at number one.
Hailing from Donegal, John Doherty and Ryan McCloskey have already made a mark for themselves, having sold out numerous gigs around the country and most recently having been a Meteor Choice Music Award nominee for Song of the Year 2014 with their debut single, “It’s Still Love”.
2015 will prove a busy year for John and Ryan who will be writing and recording new material for a much anticipated debut album. On top of this the duo will be wowing audiences as they are set to tour the festival circuit with appearances at Sea Sessions, Indiependence, along with playing support to Hudson Taylor on their regional tour and supporting Kodaline this Summer.
Dublin – Whelan’s – Thursday 15th October
Cork – Cyprus Avenue – Friday 16th October
Galway – Roisin Dubh – Saturday 17th October
Limerick – Dolan’s – Saturday 24th October
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Dermot Kennedy is a young alt-folk musician hailing from the foothills of the Wicklow mountains. Having set out on the path of a solo artist last September, Dermot has since played sold out shows in Dublin’s Unitarian Church and The Workman’s Club, and was also invited by Glen Hansard to step on stage and play one of his own songs at Glen’s show in Vicar Street to a full house last December. With his songs of beauty, heartache and hope, Dermot captivates and holds his audience, and what you hear in his voice is unmistakable honesty. His songs are laden with imagery and crafted with passion, and delivered with a soulful and stirring vocal.”
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