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Niamh Bury



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Following the announcement of her highly anticipated debut album Yellow Roses (Friday, 29th March via Claddagh Records), Niamh Bury will embark on an Irish Irish National Tour for April this year, performing six dates across Ireland, taking place in Belfast, Galway, Limerick, Kilkenny, Cork and Dublin.

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Ever since releasing her first single with Claddagh Records in July 2023, Niamh Bury has been hailed as one of Irish folk’s most exciting new talents; a particularly prestigious coup during a time when the genre is garnering so much attention around the world. The respected UK music magazine CLASH referred to Niamh in an interview as “The rising voice breaking boundaries for Irish folk”. RTÉ Radio 1 featured every one of her singles on their coveted ‘RTÉ Radio 1 Recommends’ list. The Sunday Times featured her on the cover of their Culture Magazine as her first single ‘Beehive’ was released – an incredible achievement for a new artist – such is the regard in which Niamh and her music are held.

Ending 2023 on a high note, Niamh stunned audiences at Other Voices Dingle where she played three very special sets: an intimate acoustic concert at An Diséart against the backdrop of the chapel’s famous Harry Clarke stained glass windows – to say you could hear a pin drop is an understatement; a packed out O’Sullivan’s Courthouse which delighted those lucky enough to squeeze into the tiny pub; and an incredible, string-laden performance at Other Voices’ The Other Room venue, accompanied by revered musicians Caimin Gilmore on double bass and Kate Ellis on cello – this performance will be aired on RTÉ One television this spring.

With influences as wide-ranging as Laura Marling, Fiona Apple and Paul Simon, to name a few, Niamh Bury’s music will resonate with fans of artists like Big Thief, Ye Vagabonds and Billie Marten