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Brand New Single from Ireland’s KinetiX

April 15, 2021

Synth-pop grooves and memorable tune are what KinetiX are all about. Recent interviews on iRadio, Irelands well-known youth focused music station, their latest single is another cracker that will get people talking. Its a difficult adventure when you have a message and a talent that needs to be noticed. ‘isaidhey’ is all about the journey.

Described as, “a remarkably talented band” by iRadio’s Louise Clarke and featured on the RTÉ blog, KinetiX are quickly becoming a household name in their local area. The success of the
previous single has seen them played on several stations and make a host of new fans in Ireland and beyond. Now as the world prepares to hear ‘isaidhey’, the band and the fans are genuinely excited about the near future.

This new single, ‘isaidhey’ is the part of a series of singles to be released this year which the band wrote, produced and recorded in their studio, during the multiple lockdowns!  “We were so lucky to have the studio to give us a creative outlet while in lockdown, we are all in the same house hold so there was never a fear of not being able to work in close proximity to each other!

Their debut single ‘Remember Days’ amassed overt 50,000 Spotify streams, and 130,000 YouTube streams. The band were thrilled to have this song featured on iRadio’s First Play.

Their last single ‘Strive’ secured airplay across several stations including RTÉ 2FM, Cork’s 96FM, PLAYIRISH Radio and DublinCity FM, and is continuously growing on Spotify.

KinetiX is comprised of 3 brothers, Arthur (drums), Ademar (keys/synths), and Theodore (vocals). They amalgamate a variety of elements from differing genres into their music, to create their unique style of pop music.

Arthur, Theodore and Ademar Stonesbegan learning traditional Irish music, on the banjo, fiddle and button accordion. They enjoyed success in the traditional Irish music scene, collectively winning 23 All-Ireland solo medals at Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann competitions. In 2010, they played on the Late Late Toy Show, playing the accordion, banjo and bouzouki –

Arthur went on to form Irish band ‘Ruaile Buaile’, which he toured with for 7 years, playing festivals across America, Canada, New Zealand, UAE, Europe and Ireland. Arthur also enjoyed seeing their single ‘Maniac’ go viral in 2017, gaining millions of Spotify and Youtube streams.

In 2017 the 3 brothers began work on KinetiX, a project they are determined to see succeed. They put their heads together, writing, producing and recording demos until they came up with their own unique sound. In 2019, they were confident they had a catalogue of songs ready to release. They began work in ‘Diffusion Lab’ studios, with renowned producers, Chris Bubenzer and Marcin Ciszczon. They now work out of their own studio in Offaly, but they say they owe a lot of their learning to these two producers!

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