Ciaran Lavery is set to play The Slaughtered Lamb on Thursday 26th March.
Having already racked up over 9 MILLION plays on Spotify, unprecedented for such a new artist, it’s unsurprising Zane Lowe, BBC Radio 1 recently said: “It’s sound of a songwriter who’s very very in touch with his own ability and comfortable in his own skin.”
Ciaran Lavery found his musical voice through the simplest of means “…listening to old 80s singles on my sister’s record player.” Cutting his teeth in various (often noisier) incarnations over the last decade – that voice is now as soothing as it is timeless. Ciaran crafts heart-on-sleeve acoustic pop in the vein of ‘29’-era Ryan Adams; full of passion and meaning, “I come from a tiny village; you could literally drive through Aghagallon in thirty seconds, but it’s jam packed full of characters and real, genuine people. It’s the type of place where if you’re being an idiot someone will tell you. That’s just how the environment was. I guess that sort of honesty comes out in my music.”
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