Without doubt, there is no one like 22 year old Áine Cahill. Her voice is nothing short of tremendous, her personality engaging, and her songs genuine. She is a true artist and one who looks set to have a very big career. 2017 is just the start. You can check the video here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVYc4iBQAKM
She captivated a sold-out St Pancras Old Church audience, days after triumphing in front of a 15,000 strong Dublin crowd before Christmas. Plus Áine received a huge reaction to her show at Eurosonic, last week.
Áine Cahill plays:
Wed 15th London, The Lexington
You can also catch Áine live at the following festivals:
When Áine made her Glastonbury debut on the Bread and Rose stage last summer, BBC producers were so impressed that immediately put her on the live backstage coverage where she proceeded to deliver an unbelievable acoustic performance of her debut single ‘Black Dahlia’ and sparking an incredible reaction. This happens whenever she performs.
Now Áine returns with her follow up single ‘Plastic’, a second slice of unique storytelling with sultry strings and soulful beats reverberating around her velvety vocals.
From a small town in County Cavan, Ireland, Áine’s music is inspired by her love of classic Jazz from the 1950s, though her lyrics are very much for the modern day. ‘Plastic’ takes aim at a vacuous recipient, with Áine’s warm vocals shrouding her cutting words.