Brí is an Irish electro-folk artist based in Dublin. Upon the release of her debut single ‘Low Supply’, Brí received high praise from a multitude of reputable blogs and radio. From making her debut at the ‘Ruby Sessions’, selling out ‘Whelan’s’, to playing festivals such as RiverFest alongside Hudson Taylor and Chasing Abbey, Brí is an up and coming artist to watch out for.
Selected among artists such as Ailbhe Reddy and Fallen Lights, to perform at Beatvyne’s MxT2019, Brí was most recently nominated for both the ‘IVMA Debut Music Video’ and the ‘IVMA Choice’ Awards 2019. Kicking off the year with a performance at the esteemed ‘Whelan’s Ones to Watch’, the release of her second single ‘Polite’ and her full band headline show in The Sound House on February 8th, Brí is striving high for 2020 with further releases, shows and plans of an Irish tour underway.
‘Polite’ tells a tale of feeling trapped in a ‘never-ending’ conversation, playfully documenting the internal struggle between the reactive and impulsive parts of oneself and the part that is patient and polite.
“Darragh Nolan of Asta Kalapa studios is incredible and I had the best time bringing this song to life in the studio with him with the help of my very talented electric guitarist, Aidan Mulloy.”
RTE 2fm; Dan Hegarty: “I love your track. I would be delighted to play it on the show.”
Soul Doubt Magazine: “Ambient..amazing..London Grammar, Florence and the Machine..very developed..knows where she’s going”
Pure M Magazine: “Seductively serene..hypnotically heartfelt..”
Even the Stars: “intriguing and intoxicating..stunning voice”