Where are you currently based?
How did you first start playing music?
I don’t remember an exact time in my life when I started to play music, it feels like its always been there. I know I started teaching myself guitar when I was still in primary school at about the age of 10 years old.
Your new single ‘Taste of Your Love’ is out now, what influenced the sound and songwriting for this track?
As far as sound goes, I like to let it happen as it happens naturally. I never force anything or try to follow a blueprint. Lyrically the song was influenced by a flawed relationship. When you think you got something real and you don’t. If you have someone you love do something so idiotic that it destroys everything you’ve built together, you sort of have to question how much they actually care.
Where and when did you record?
I actually started writing ‘Taste of your love’ at Cat Turner’s house [another Irish newcomer who is starting to make waves]. I went there for a “break” to clear my head, which, I suppose I did in a sense. I recorded, produced, mixed & mastered this song in my bedroom. I spent a lot of time there alone over the past year working on new songs. ‘Taste of your love’ was touched up and tweaked and recorded and re-recorded and chopped and changed so many time; I’m actually happy it’s out of my hands because I find it hard to stop obsessing over things.
Who did you work with?
I worked completely independently.
Where can we buy / listen to ‘Taste of Your Love’ ?
You can purchase ‘Taste of your love’ on iTunes. It is also available on all streaming platforms, Spotify, Amazon, Tidal etc. and you can view the music video on my HOSTVEVO channel on Youtube.
What do you have planned for 2019?
Lots of music, lots of videos and lots more live shows.
Who are you listening to at the moment?
Billie Elisih and Kanye.
Favourite food and place to hangout?
Spaghetti 4 life And I like Galway City here in Ireland! I could eat spaghetti in Galway City and be very happy.
Host’s debut EP ‘Adolescent Content’ is out on Monday 18 February.