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New Single From Eimear Crehan ‘Quiver’

March 4, 2022

After years of singing funk and rock, and performing at Electric Picnic and Oxegen , Eimear went on to release a solo album ’SCARS’ in Nov 2018. Since then she has been touring full-time, supporting and dueting with artists like Jack L, Mary Coughlan and more recently The Coronas.

Over lockdown Eimear has taken every opportunity to perform online streams and live shows wherever possible. These have included theatre shows to restricted audiences, outdoor gigs such as Strawberry Sessions in Luttrellstown Castle, and September Sessions, in association with Sea Sessions, in Bundoran.

Eimear was recently recognised by The Riverbank Arts Centre as their Choice Artist and won their music bursary for 2021. As part of that she will perform a headline show in the Riverbank on May 5th 2022.

Quiver is the fourth single from her second album, and it is a beautiful love song. With beautiful instrumentation, powerful vocal s and a deep message about the potential of relationships, this song is for people looking for this kind of love. Eimear’s voice carries lots of emotion and takes listeners on a journey. Eimear’s vocals have been compared to Adele, Alison Moyet, Cyndi Lauper and Mary Coughlan.

‘Quiver’ is the fourth single, and the title track from the forthcoming album ‘Quiver’ due for release on March 5th 2022. The launch takes place in the Sugar Club and is heading for sold out!

When she’s not writing, recording and touring….

  • She works extensively with choirs and has provided choirs for touring artists like The Riptide Movement, Wallis Bird, Mary Coughlan, Mundy and Glen Hansard.
  • She has conducted choirs on for TV specials and worked as a vocal coach unmanly shows including this year’s Operation Transformation Keeping Well Apart.
  • She has worked as musical director on 15 musicals to date and has recently started working as a musical director for social theatre shows including Broken Talkers production of “Woman Undone” and Creative Ireland’s show Abair Samaa – a cultural exchange piece between Irish/Lybian singer Farah Elle and Kilcock Mens Shed Choir.
  • Eimear founded the SpeakUp Sing Out Music School. The music school has a focus on personal development that works from the basis that everyone is musical and has a right to develop their relationship with their voice and their creativity. –



Instagram: @eimear_music

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