South East Artist ‘Hallie’ has just released her brand new single ‘Remedy’, the eagerly anticipated addition to her rising critically acclaimed discography.
‘Remedy’ is available to stream and download on all major platforms right now!
The song deals with the topic of heartbreak and reflecting on a toxic abusive relationship. Hallie hopes the song can reach out and help others dealing with similar experiences.
Hallie is an Irish singer/songwriter who crafts emotive, honest, alternative pop with shades of synth pop and art pop.
Hallie emerged in early 2019 with her debut single ‘Familiar Place’ to critical acclaim, with rotation on multiple national radio stations. Hallie has made the ‘RTÉ Recommends Playlist’ with both her singles to date. Her online presence exploded, with her debut music video receiving over 100k views, and continues to steadily grow.
Hallie is an avid mental health and chronic pain advocate.
She began writing poems and songs as a personal release to soothe and channel her life long battle with major depression, anxiety and chronic pain.
Hallie’s songwriting passion was continually crippled by her mental health/chronic pain growing up.
Despite it all, she went on to graduate with a BA Hons Degree in Music (WIT) in 2015 after completing her first year in BIMM Dublin.
Her music and songs were kept private and personal for years but she worked on overcoming her fear of live performance by attending a local ‘secret singers’ concert with her stage name ‘Hallie’.
From there she went on to win the first ever Golden Discs Golden Busker Competition in 2019, along with Best Original Song in the Guinness Singing & Swinging pubs a few months later. With her Golden Disc’s prize she recorded her music professionally for the first time at The Orchard Recording Studio.
Her debut single ‘Familiar Place’ set the tone for Hallie’s message. The lyrics speak about her battles with mental health. Her follow up single ‘Waves’ deals with grief while further discovering her sound as a cross-genre artist.
Hallie’s newest single ‘Remedy’ deals with trauma and overcoming an abusive relationship.