“Originally we weren’t sure who should take the song, but then we realised that it made most sense for it to be a duet” says Rowlette. “I think when it comes to the end of a relationship, there’s always two sides and the truth lies somewhere in the middle.
It’s impossible to be objective when there’s so much love and hurt. We tried to capture that dichotomy and emotion in the song”. “It was a subject matter we could all relate to in the room” says Daragh, “Hopefully listeners won’t have gone through something similar, but sadly I think most will have at some point!”
Written in the Wicklow countryside by the duo and Jessica Foxx, the song was influenced by artists such as Noah Kahan, Fleetwood Mac, Hozier and Kodaline. Both artists were finalists during this year’s Irish Music Month competition supported by IMRO and Hot Press.
Rowlette is recognised for her powerful vocals, storytelling ability and captivating performances.
Rowlette has supported a host of Ireland’s top talents including CMAT, Jack L and Junior Brother. Rowlette’s tracks have received radio play across Irish radio stations and abroad, was added to several spotify editorial playlists as well as coverage across many media outlets, such as BBC, RTE and Hot Press.
Daragh Daly is a 21 year old indie pop singer/songwriter from Co. Meath. Daragh is also a multi-instrumentalist who prides himself on constantly delving into diverse musical genres. He first encounter with music was picking up his grandad’s guitar. He is influenced by idols such as Noah Kahan, Kingfishr, Lewis Capaldi, Lauv, Joy Division and Clinton Kane.