Davie Furey, one of Ireland’s rising songwriter stars, firmly established himself as one to watch after the huge success of debut album ‘Easy Come, Easy Go’.
The album catapulted Davie Furey into the hearts of listeners, garnering praise from celebrity fans such as Jeremy Irons and musicians such as Christy Moore.
Fans have been on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting more vivid-storytelling and cracking tunes from Furey.
Not one to disappoint, Davie Furey is back with new folk-rock masterpiece Haunted Streets, due for release on 19th February.
Haunted Streets is full of Davie’s wonderful word-smithery and captivating storytelling ability.
The instrumental prowess infused into Haunted Streets is evident, with the album benefitting from an absolutely stellar cast of musicians all hailing from Ireland.
The album features fellow top Irish musicians including, Steve Wickham (The Waterboys), Darren Holden (The High Kings), ELLYD, Susan O’Neill (SON), Clare Sands, Robbie Campion, Martin Quinn, Andrew Quinn and Francie Conway.
Packed full of incredible Irish talent, Haunted Streets might just be one of the best Irish albums this year.
Highlights from the album include ‘Fire and Gold’, a lively and bright track with a rolling beat, energetic guitars and some softly gritty vocals. While, ‘The Final Frontier’ is an atmospheric number full to the brim with intriguing instrumentation, ghostly tones and raw intensity.
Haunted Streets comes from the heart and is a candid and authentic look into the beautiful mind of Davie Furey. His emotive and power-packed lyricism truly moves the listener, bending the ear and bringing tears to your eyes.
Haunted Streets is certainly not one to miss, set to truly put Ireland on the musical map of folk-rock, the project will be released on 19th February.
The full trackless is as follows:
Flames on the River
Farewell Returning Blues
Just Like the Wind
Who Am I
Fire and Gold
The Ghost in Me
The Final Frontier
The Magic of the Ocean
The Music Man (For Martin Walsh)
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