Sinead McConville anticipates the future in emotionally honest and vulnerable ballad ‘Break My Heart’.
‘Break My Heart’ is a stripped back, harmony driven piano ballad which was produced and mixed by Sinead McConville. It was inspired by a challenging time in Sinead’s life where she was involved in a mixture of bad experiences and being in an environment where music was a constant competition. Even though she knew certain environments were causing her pain, she didn’t remove herself because the people she loved were also in these environments. Hence, the song anticipates heartbreak and losing yourself before it sadly happens. The purpose of ‘Break My Heart’ is to help people foresee and move away from these situations that aren’t good for them before it’s too late and they get hurt.
“I was bottling up a lot of hard truths and ‘Break My Heart’ gave me the space to express these feelings that I was choosing to keep to myself and not talk about.” – Sinead McConville.
Her first headline show was one of the first live gigs back in Dublin on July 4th 2020 in The Wild Duck in association with Ex Oh Promotions. The gig was a huge success and ended with a standing ovation and encore. Furthermore, she performs as a session musician with upcoming Irish artists and has performed on The Late Late Show with D. Cullen, Irish Music Week &
The X Collective Showcase with ELKAE and TiLT in The Button Factory with Munky. Radio performances include RTE Radio 1 (Today with Sean O’Rourke and The Ray D’Arcy Show),
BBC Radio Ulster (Gerry Kelly), SPIN 1038 (Plan B with Sarina Bellissimo) and East Coast FM (The Morning Show with Declan Meehan). Her previous single ‘Running From You’ stayed on the RTE Recommends playlist for three weeks.