Irish duo Graham Davy have released their third single, “Fear”.
This hopeful song draws on dark experience. Its chilled and catchy exterior belie a tale of personal struggle;. A murder ballad where we stalk and kill fear.
The seed for the song emerged from Patrick O’ Keeffe’s writing sessions at his home studio. Patrick has spent many many hours using music as an outlet to find balance. Some people hit the gym, others write gems, like this one (as above).
His close friend and collaborator: David Ruth, a lifelong musician, and devotee to the craft of songwriting, was intrigued.
And so the seed grew, with due attention from the two.
Friends like These:
All tracks by Graham Davy feature the exceptional abilities of nationally renowned drummer/percussionist/composer/ all round nice guy: Tommy Gray.
All artwork/branding comes from the talented eyes and gifted fingers of graphic design maestro: James Loughman.
All tracks are mixed and mastered by the watchful ears of multitalented producer/engineer/dude Scott Halliday.
Graham Davy are song writing duo Patrick O'Keeffe (vocals, guitar and keys) and David Ruth (bass and backing vocals). Their lyrics try to find humour and hope in harsh places. Their style draws on a broad set of influences such as Tame Impala,Blur, David Bowie and The Doors, to name a very few.
The duo released two singles this year, garnering the attention of John Barker at 98fm, and becoming featured Irish Artist of the week on Ed Smith’s Song of Praise on Today FM.
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