Derry based Americana, folk artist Reevah (AKA Aoife Boyle) is pleased to announce her new single ‘Older Now’ (Available Oct 04th) the first track taken from ‘A Different Light’ EP, due for release on April 24th 2020.
On the new track, Reevah said; “Often my songs are written from a real-life perspective, I like to write about situations that others can relate to. Letting the audience into my personal world.
For me ‘Older Now’ marks a change in many ways. I have started working with a full band and I really wanted that sound to be conveyed in this track. It’s a true reflection of my live set-up and performance as an artist. Recording this track was amazing, having the band onboard brought so much energy to the process, everything just came together really naturally.
When a track comes together it’s one of the most exciting things for me as an artist, I really wanted to capture this process with the studio Video and let the audience get a true sense of me as an artist.”
Listen to ‘Older Now’ – BELOW:
Her acclaimed debut EP ‘Hummingbird’ was self-released in June 2018 and aired on RTE Radio One and BBC Introducing amongst numerous others. She has supported acts such as SOAK, Lisa Hannigan, Wyvern Lingo, and Duke Special and has played at various events such as Other Voices, The Ruby Sessions, Output Festival, BBC Fringe Festival and Stendhal Festival.
In 2018 Reevah completed a collaborative project with The Ulster Orchestra based on the Civil Rights Movement of ‘68’, she released two tracks ‘River Flow, River Divide’ and ‘Heart over Head’. Throughout the summer of 2018, she toured with the orchestra debuting the collaboration, featuring at various showcases and festivals such as main stage at Stendhal Festival, St Columb’s Hall, Derry and The Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast.
Her most recent release ’26.’ has been her most successful to date with the Journal of Music calling her ‘A prominent figure in the local folk scene’ and The Daily Mirror featuring her as one of music’s new leading ladies ‘Reevah manages to stand out from the scene of talented young songwriters.’ In support of its release, Reevah arranged an Irish tour which saw her play sold-out shows in The Mac, Belfast and Sandinos, Derry. Following its success, the song caught the ears of renowned producer ‘Arvo Party’ who offered to remix ’26.’ and was released on the 31st of May.
Reeva’s music is immersive and reflective allowing the listener a chance to escape the speed of life. But it’s her voice, pure, understated and fearless, that stays in the heart and the mind long after the music is over.
Thursday 26th September – Chant! Featuring Reevah, Sam Wickens, Alice LA, Travis is a Tourist, Hex Hue and the Cathedral Quarter Choir
Thursday 10th October- Beatvyne MxT2019 Conference, Windmill Lane Recording Studios, Dublin
Tuesday 29th October- Samhain Sessions: Runda Featuring Reevah, Henry Girls, Gareth Dunlop, Little Hours and more, Derry