Lucy Gaffney

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about the artist

After a few years of making music alongside her brother Thom in projects such as Southern and MMODE, Lucy Gaffney's solo career has already seen her touring with acts such as Wallows, Inhaler, DMA's, The Coral, Lukas Nelson, Bill Ryder-Jones and Sorcha Richardson. In 2021 Lucy collaborated with Bill Ryder-Jones and Emmy Award winning English composer Michael Price who asked her to perform a duet alongside Bill on their reimagining of 'In Spite Of The Weather,' a song that encapsulates the beguiling subtle tones of the celtic broken beauty in Lucy's Irish voice.

Lucy began her solo career at theMore

After a few years of making music alongside her brother Thom in projects such as Southern and MMODE, Lucy Gaffney's solo career has already seen her touring with acts such as Wallows, Inhaler, DMA's, The Coral, Lukas Nelson, Bill Ryder-Jones and Sorcha Richardson. In 2021 Lucy collaborated with Bill Ryder-Jones and Emmy Award winning English composer Michael Price who asked her to perform a duet alongside Bill on their reimagining of 'In Spite Of The Weather,' a song that encapsulates the beguiling subtle tones of the celtic broken beauty in Lucy's Irish voice.

Lucy began her solo career at the beginning of 2020. Penned in Liverpool, her debut singles 'Can't Escape' and 'Send Me Away' were produced by The Coral's frontman James Skelly and immediately caught the attention of Ireland's most influential, with Hot Press Magazine saying Lucy Gaffney "has emerged as one of the country's most promising indie-pop prospects" and the iconic Liam Gallagher calling her music "Celestial." Big supporters at Radio have come in the form of BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing Merseyside, RTE 1, RTE 2FM and BBC Radio Ulster.

After signing a record deal with Nettwerk Music Group in 2022 Lucy has recorded her debut album with producers Duncan Mills and Thom Southern on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland's Black Bay Studios end of 2022. Her first two releases in 2023 'Daydream In Tokyo' and 'Just Friends' have already been receiving big support at radio including x3 BBC Radio 1 plays and great editorial support at Spotify including x2 New Music Friday and Fresh Finds (Global) playlists. Hotpress Magazine commented on 'Daydream in Tokyo' saying "the Belfast singer has justifiably been compared to Phoebe Bridgers and is another indie pop superstar waiting to happen" and BBC Radio 1's Gemma Bradley saying "what Lucy does an artist is truly amazing and each song is just getting stronger and stronger."

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