Michael Moloney Shares ‘All That I Do’ Video

May 27, 2021

Michael Moloney releases the official video for his debut single ‘All That I Do’. The video was shot and recorded in Windmill Lane Recording Studios by Jason Boland (Jay Kodaline) during the recording of his single.

The video captures Michaels experience of his day at Windmill Lane Recording Studios, a gift that was given to him during the Late Late Toy Show last November. It truly represents Michael as a young budding artist, and it portrays everything from the recording process to his experience behind the scenes working with GRAMMY Nominated producer & arranger Gavin Murphy.

The track was written for and inspired by his dad. Drawing on the emotions he felt following his father’s passing, Michael describes how the song came about,

“It was like a lightbulb moment, why don’t I write a song about my dad? This song was different from my other songs, I was writing about a real-life event that happened, and the lyrics embodied how I felt about my dad passing away.”

“I wanted other people to be able to relate to this song, with COVID & the year we’ve had a lot of people are suffering loss. I wanted to let them know it will get better, at the start you think it will never change and that you will always be this sad but it does get better, I wanted people to know that. And that their loved ones are still with them.”

Michael looked to the piano instead of the guitar for inspiration, “All my other songs had been written for the guitar, so I sat down at the piano for a while and came up with this chord progression, the melody and lyrics soon followed.”

This is only the beginning for this bright young talent from Mayo.

“It was never a conscious decision to be a musician it just sort of evolved, but who knows what the future might bring I’m open to everything.”

His debut single ‘All That I Do’ is out now.

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