Turns out, poetry can be punk, but - as she releases her debut album - there's much more to Sinead O'Brien than simple labels.
'Time Bend And Break The Bower' is a varied, brilliant collection of ideas.
“'Like Culture' is part memory, part experience but it’s never nostalgic," Sinead explains.
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The song is taken from debut album 'Time Bend and Break The Bower', which is set for release on 10th June via Chess Club Records.
Check out a new track from the record, 'Holy Country', now.
The track is lifted from her as yet unannounced debut album, which is set to arrive next year.
You know what’s easier than following around your fave up-and-coming indie-stroke-pop stars, day in, day out, to see what they’re up to? Asking them. Here’s what post-punk poet Sinead O’Brien’s day looks like.
"This feels like our purest and most succinct expression yet.”
Big pop, post-punk poetry and
- it's day three of the virtual SXSW.