Brigid Mae Power

Brigid Mae Power has found her voiceSongs of unflinching honesty and soul-baring introspectionMusic OMH Brigid Mae Power’s songs are like an overheard lament she paints expansive and effortless songs that are hypnotic and folk orientated. Recently signing to Fire Records, Power released the surely autobiographical and acclaimed new album ‘Head Above The Water’ earlier this year which was Rough Trade’s ‘Album Of The Month’. The third album from the celebrated Irish singer songwriter is a coming of age opus featuring a ground-breaking amalgamation of traditional folk and country - an engaging blend of strings, bouzouki, piano and Power’s distinctive vocal make it a beautiful body of work. “Stunning” ★★★★ Pitchfork “A triumph” ★★★★½ Uncut “Remarkable" ★★★★ Mojo “Power at her finest” ★★★★ The Line Of Best Fit “Extraordinary” Sunday Times ★★★★ The Guardian Recorded in analogue studio The Green Door in Glasgow with Alasdair Roberts co-producing alongside Brigid and Peter Broderick. It’s a continuing tale of everyday survival, more diverse, more ethereal, personal and even more alluring… “Softly delivered, these are hard lessons that we should all learn in time.” ★★★★ Irish Times Power is a singer that has found her voice and been able to embroider that beautiful thing into a musical tapestry that’s melancholy and wonderfully consuming. With her heart on her sleeve, her words bobbing about as the tide changes, the much-travelled musician has come a long way.Brigid Mae Power will play Other Voices: Bringing It All Back Home on Sunday 6 December, watch the show below.

The Blacksmith | OV 19
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