Dublin-based electro-pop artist Fí has released her new single today, “Over You”, produced by Matt Weir (Ryan Mack, Robert Grace), tackling the difficulty of letting go while getting out of a toxic relationship and knowing that when we lose in our lives, we end up gaining a lot more than we anticipated.
Discussing “Over You”, Fi explains, “The track is about the ending of a relationship and the redirection to something better. It about being with somebody who I thought I actually never really knew and the realisation that what we think we want isn't always what we need. That intense and exhilarating start of something new can be a red flag for something more toxic, as the idealisation phase wears off it was about seeing a whole other side to somebody. It was only a few months but I'm in such a different place in my life since it ended; it's taught me to trust myself more and realise that relationships ending are teaching us more about ourselves, what we need to heal to find ourselves and reclaim our own power again.”
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Inspired by fellow luminaries such as Halsey, Tove Lo, Lapsley, and Verite, Fí is a self-taught musician who started writing after buying her first guitar in college and has spent the last few years crafting songs from her bedroom. She released her first single, 'Éalú' followed by the success of ‘her second single, 'Feel Better' which had great success on mainstream radio; playlisted on RTE2FM, The song was, 'track of the week' on iradio, ‘Song Of The Day’ in Hotpress as well as a featured interview in U Magazine. Featured as 'Song of the Day' In Joe.ie as well a top Irish track to listen to in Nialler9. It was also featured in many notable international blogs like Wonky Sensitive and Kings of A&R.
Fí has performed at many festivals and acoustic gigs playing Electric Picnic, Vantastival and supported acts like The Academic and Aine Cahill. With the new change in direction in sound, she played her headline gig in Workmans in November to a packed out room for We-Bloom. She supported a sold-out show for Freya Ridings in Cyprus Avenue and played at the infamous Ruby Sessions.