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Tadhg Daly shares Too Late

Trying to find a connection with every moment and escape the humdrum normality, London based, Jersey born singer songwriter Tadhg Daly spent his adolescence trying to fill a void inside him; filling it with people, parties and drugs which only took him further away from the feeling he was chasing. An unfortunate injury lead him to explore his lifetime connection with music and to find that the fulfilment he had always searched for was in writing music and building his unique brand of inimitable indie-pop.

“I want to spend my life making music that inspires people to find that feeling and love and live in every moment.”

With a motivation and message sure to resonate, Tadhg shares Too Late – anthemic vocals meet an inspired songwriting foundation, and displays all sides of Tadhg’s talents. Despite it being a debut, he is clearly no amateur and this is the perfect introduction to both his sound and vision.

Sharing an insight to Too Late, Tadhg states that:

“Too Late is a song about freedom. For me it’s about finding light in dark moments and using the harder times in life as a catalyst for change. When I perform this track live I really feel like I’m having a conversation with my old self and with anyone in the crowd who has found themselves in a toxic relationship before. I want this song to help people realise their own self worth and find the courage to walk away from anyone or anything that isn’t showing them the love that they deserve. ”

WATCH THE OFFICIAL VIDEO HERE

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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