Somebody’s Child + support
Somebody's Child + support
Supported by More I see
23 year-old Dublin native, who goes under the mysterious alias – Somebody’s Child, is already making waves in music circles around Ireland. Having been featured in Hot Press Magazine thrice, including a full page feature in their recent mental health Issue, the classically trained multi-instrumentalist is bringing a unique form of expression to the indie-pop scene.
His debut single ‘Make you Alright’ brings an end to a project which began a little under a year ago, when the initial demo was recorded in his attic. The 125 playlists he was added to on Spotify in only 3 weeks proves there is a promising future for this youngster.
Bands like Arctic Monkeys, MGMT and Tame Impala have been some of the few Somebody’s Child has been linked to, so there is no surprise that this digital release has already been championed by popular music critics such as Nialler9, and radio DJ’s from RTE, and BBC Northern Ireland.
Somebody’s Child and his new live band are getting ready to release tour dates in the coming weeks in preparation for a the much-anticipated second single coming January 2019. In the meantime, he continues to explore the different styles and elements of alternative-pop music, while effortlessly showcasing what it means to be a contemporary songwriter with songs that are both lyrically and melody driven, and a voice described by xKira Music as being “a piece of paradise”. “‘Make You Alright’ is really just the start of something big” he quotes, hinting towards his next odyssey.