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Maria Kelly releases new cinematic video for ‘Stitches’!

Irish singer-songwriter Maria Kelly has released the emotionally fragile video for her new single Stitches, out on 7th October 2016 via Veta Records.

The video premiered on The 405 and is also available to watch via Maria’s Youtube channel now.

The single originally premiered on The Line Of Best Fit and you can also stream Stitches via Maria’s Soundcloud page.

Stitches displays Maria’s fragile vocal ability, as well as her capacity for bittersweet storytelling, as she effortlessly creates a sound the likes of Lucy Rose and Lisa Hannigan would be proud of. The single is an honest, plaintive track exploring themes of self-preservation and coming to terms with the inability to open up to your partner as a result of self- doubt and past experiences. Maria has always managed to absorb her listeners into her music due to her beautiful lyricism, evident once again on Stitches, which she has delightfully paired with an affective string arrangement throughout the track.

Growing up in Mayo, Ireland, Maria spent many years crafting and developing her sound into a stunning combination of delicate indie-folk. She has been writing music since the age of 10 and has already played numerous shows in both the UK and Ireland supporting the likes of Orla Gartland and Wyvern Lingo.

Maria has received praise from various online publications including Consequence of Sound, The Irish Times, Nialler9 and Radio X to name a few, and is currently working on new tracks for her next EP as well as developing her live sound in preparation for a hectic 2017.

Stitches by Maria Kelly is due for release on 7th October 2016 via Veta Records.

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