‘…Delivering soothing and dreamy alt-pop, they turned their setting temporarily into a David Lynch movie… singer Saramai Leech’s smoky voice coupled with the band’s floaty and delicate keyboard and guitar driven melodies created a dream-like feeling – beautiful but haunting – recalling Angelo Badalamenti’s work…’ – Hot Press Magazine #HWCH18 review
‘…a grandeur that most acts can’t reach…’ – Nialler9 The Irish Times
‘…the song wows and wibbles and finishes as a huge invocation to some unguessable cosmic theme…’ – BBC Radio Ulster
‘…it’s not just that the music sounds great, the transference of feeling and emotion is delivered with absolute precision, whilst sounding completely unforced…’ – Remy’s Music & Film
Slow core dream vibes. Think love child of Julee Cruise and Paul Buchanan with Low playing somewhere in the distance.
If you have ever tried to assemble Scandinavian flatpack furniture with your other half then you can imagine how it took ‘p e a r l y’ , Saramai Leech and Cormac O’ Keeffe, some time to learn how to write songs together!
That said, they have performed live and in studio on each others’ previous projects and these years of singing and playing together brings ease to their weaving melodic vocals. Equally, it is evident in their lush instrumental simpatico.
Last winter, with a batch of songs, they moved to Berlin. The melting pot of the big city combined with the inspiring wilderness of their previous home in Meath, is working it’s magic on their sound and recordings.
They are currently cooking up their debut album.