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CARRON return with immersive new single ‘Right Time’

February 24, 2023

Sisters and multi-instrumentalists Méabh and Mella Carron formed their namesake band as a healing project during a period of extensive hospital treatment. Alongside guitarist, violinist, and co-writer Darragh McGrath, the trio have established themselves with a string of impressive releases, extensive Irish airplay, and sold-out shows at music venues across Ireland. Now, the band are setting the stage for their immersive new single, ‘Right Time’, a new release out today.

In their music and songwriting, Méabh and Mella have always aimed to create a sense of one united female voice that is amplified by the strength of their sibling bond, blending impeccable harmonies through shared blood and a subtle nod toward their Irish heritage. In true form, Méabh and Mella grew up performing in musical theatre shows in Ireland, creating a layered sound that has shone in singles like ‘Lights Up’ and ‘She’s Fire’.

Today, they’ve announced a new single that explores the hardships of failed pregnancy. ‘Right Time’ is part of the healing process, giving a voice to the pain and struggle that follows that heartbreaking moment. Steeped in haunting, ethereal vocals and sweeping instrumental tones, ‘Right Time’ is a somber yet triumphant track that showcases the power of Méabh and Mella’s vocals, giving depth to the music and channeling heartbreak and sorrow into a devastating musical piece.

The band explained, “The lyrics, ‘they say that time will heal me’ refers to the feeling of when your whole world is crashing down, you feel alone, and you believe that nobody understands what you’re going through. Then, when everybody wants to offer you advice in an effort to comfort you, all you really want is for them all to leave you alone so that you can recalibrate.”

“This song is raw and honest in an attempt to heal the heart and soul. We use music as a powerful tool to help us cope and we write to help heal the wounds we have acquired. Producer Richey McCourt brought this song to life and it’s a bigger sound than our usual offerings, which it had to be to convey the trauma. Like ‘Lights Up’ it’s a nod towards our background performing in musicals as children.”

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