Clare native David Hope’s new single is a love letter to the Clare coastline in musical form.

The track is an atmospheric ode to Hope’s home county of Clare and its Atlantic coastline, “So wild and so strong”.

The song speaks to a reawakening of a deep connection and passion for County Clare’s captivating mystery:

The lyrics from the song include “My eyes opened wide and I saw with pride, what I’d loved for so long”.

The song draws inspiration from a visit to the stunning Loophead Peninsula, where a young Hope spent many summers fishing and exploring.

Clare native David Hope’s new single is a love letter to the Clare coastline in musical form.

The track was recorded at Monique Studios in Midleton, Co. Cork. The single was engineered and produced by the renowned Christian Best, who also provides the mesmerising drums and percussion for the track.

 

Hope is joined by both international and homegrown musicians, Stefanie Hess (Switzerland) and Kealan Kenny (Ireland).

Internationally acclaimed, Stefanie Hess, provides double bass and celebrated session musician, Kealan Kenny, performs on electric guitar and slide.

 

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