• Clodagh Meaney

Up de Girlos: 3 brand new Irish releases

We're obsessed with these fresh tunes!

A recent report by Good Seed PR showed that women in Irish music are played on the radio almost 90 percent less than their male counterparts.

With some stations showing that they had absolutely no Irish women in their top 10 playlists, the news was met with defensiveness from the radio industry.


At EMPWR, we're always committed to championing and celebrating women, as well as transgender, non-binary and gender conforming people. Our mission is to empower and inspire.


As part of that commitment, each week we want to highlight the wonderful women in Irish music.


So with that in mind, here are three of this weeks brand new musical offerings!


Wyvern Lingo

Bray trio Caoimhe Barry, Karen Cowley and Saoirse Duane have released a brand new single.


Don't Say It is the lead single from their upcoming second album.


Niamh Regan

Taken from her upcoming album, How About That Coffee? is the latest track from Galway Singer-Songwriter Niamh Regan.


Out August 10th, Hemet, is Niamh's first full length album.



Gemma Dunleavy

Proud Dubliner Gemma Dunleavy has released her latest EP, Up De Flats.


The EP is an ode to her home of Sheriff Street, in Dublin's city centre.


If you'd like to be featured in a future edition of this feature, please drop us an email with details of your release: hello@empwr.ie

Read more:

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