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March 5th marks the release of Eimear Crehans highly anticipated second album “Quiver”. Full of stories about love, life and the human condition, Eimears soulful voice tells these stories so well. This album is a personal one, a follow up to scars that tells more stories and looks at more themes of life, love and experiences. This album was almost finished when lockdown hit and its original release date of Oct 2020 was pushed out until now. In that time the songs have matured and grown and mean even more now. The title track, Quiver, is due for release on March 27th and this song tells the story of a love that we all want to have, a love that allows each person in that relationship to shine independently of each other, to allow each other get brighter when they step into the light. The album art reflects the journey we all go on, the mirrors we meet, the dark and the light, the beauty and the shadow.
There is nothing Eimear likes more than to connect with her audience and take listeners with her as she so honestly and beautifully sings these songs about what it means to be alive. With extensive performance experience and a highly talented band of exquisite musicians, this album launch promises to be an incredible night of music and connection.
The art work for this album was designed by Reuben Knight, an incredible artist based in Kildare who happens to be Eimears nephew. A current NCAD student, Reuben shows exquisite talent.
Eimears vocals have been compared to Adele, Alison Moyet, Cyndi Lauper and Mary Coughlan and her live shows are ideal for the fantastic soulful venue that is The Sugar Club. Support on the night from the incredible Farah Elle, who’s debut album Fatima is out later this year