10 October 2023 Reviews
Rising folk artist Sinéad Ann returns with her new release, ‘Four Walls’, an unapologetically rebellious piece that dabbles in indie rock and alternative folk. The German-Irish singer-songwriter depicts the clash between mortality and spirit, plagued with fear, isolation, and the shadow self.
‘Four Walls’ reveals the singer’s mind, riddled with obsessive images of bloody revenge, only to awaken scarred and overwhelmed with guilt. Illuminated with nightmarish visions, Sinéad looks inwards for the strength to reclaim her internal power and shed the layers that haunt her. Conquering her demons and arising from darkness, ‘Four Walls’ is a story of enlightenment and triumph.
Described as “one to watch” by Hot Press, Sinéad has also received a wide range of radio support, such as RTÉ 2FM, Radio Nova, Dublin South FM and Galway Bay FM to name a few.
Casting light upon self-empowerment through juxtaposing and haunting melodies, Sinéad has previously supported talented artists such as Rhys Lewis in 2019 and kicked off 2023 performing at Celctic Connects in Glasgow. In May 2023, Sinéad headlined alongside Reylta at An Taibhdhearc in Galway and is set to support D.Cullen in October 2023.
The alternative singer-songwriter is one to keep on your radar with the recent success of ‘Four Walls’ and upcoming music in December.