New Single from wornoc ‘Deep Within’

November 17, 2021

Released on the 17th November, new single ‘Deep Within’ is wornoc’s forth musical instalment.

Inspired by a memory of his time spent in Norway on the island of Stord, this track presents a personal sense of calmness felt while exploring the beautiful island. The track lands on a cliffhanger, hinting at a continuation which will be resolved in a follow up composition featuring renowned traditional Irish multi-instrumentalist, Brian Finnegan.

wornoc will continue to release music in the lead up to his debut headline show at Whelans on the 29th January ’22. Tickets are currently on sale via Ticketmaster.

Deep Within is a track based on fond memories I had while visiting the island of Stord a few years ago. I remember a certain feeling I had while witnessing  the snowy landscapes of the island and feeling completely present with my surroundings and enduring a sense of calmness. The track slowly builds up to a cliffhanger as it ends on an unresolved rhythmic glitch, begging to be resolved in a follow-up composition which I am over to moon to say that Brian Finnegan will be joining me as a co-collaborator, a musician to whom I truly adore.”

Having just formed in 2021, Dublin based alt-electronic artist wornoc (aka Conor Walsh) has quickly championed the likes of Rock Sound, GoldenPlec, Soul Doubt and Hot Press Magazine, along with gaining national and international airplay with the likes of RTE 2FM, 2XM 98FM and Sirius XM. wornoc has also gone on to collaborate with highly respected artists; Andrew Marshall (Billie Eilish), Justin Nace (PVRIS) and Josh Manuel (Issues) on multiple live drum performances previous releases ‘Signs’ and ‘Rising Tides’.

Inspired by the sounds of artists such as Massive Attack, God Is An Astronaut, Tycho, Olafur Arnolds and Bonobo, wornoc’s music is cinematic, intense and emotional. Driven by infectious grooves, lush ambient textures, melodic guitar riffs and electronic music, wornoc provides a spectacular sonic environment for introspections, sounds that are far removed from what’s going on in the Irish music scene.

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