With a mere two released singles to his name, Irish
singer-songwriter Somebody's Child is turning heads
and catching ears the world over, garnering accurate
comparisons to some of the biggest names in rock.
In just nine months as an act, he's gathered quite the
collection of accolades. His debut Make You Alright
and follow-up single Toes saw national Irish radio play
across a multitude of stations, garnering a total of
7.3 million listener impacts. He's also made a considerable
impression online, with flattering reviews from such
tastemaking blogs as EARMILK, Atwood Magazine and many
others, reaching No. 1 on the Hype Machine chart and
earning placements on the coveted Spotify editorial
playlists 'Hot New Bands' and 'A Breath of Fresh Eire'.
Now performing accompanied by a band, Somebody's Child
has supported Irish rock giants Kodaline and have a
summer full of festivals ahead.
Not afraid to address his personal aperture, Somebody's
Child has used his platform to address the grip of the
taboo on mental health in society. He recently spoke
with Hot Press, touching on his anxiety-driven part-anonymity,
and finding solace in songwriting with the goal of inspiring
others to work towards a brighter future if they relate.
Releasing July 25th, Distance sees the elusive newcomer
embark on his latest adventure; grounded in his indie-rock
roots, his stadium-sized sound envelops you from the
very first drum hit. His distinctive vocal timbre, combined
with his relatably honest and pensive songwriting, Somebody's
Child is soon to rise to the very top of the pile.