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Joseph Kiernan ‘Strip the Vines’ : An audible painting of rolling hills, the grass and the sky.

Joseph Kiernan

‘Strip the Vines,’ is the second single to be taken from Joephs Kernan’s upcoming EP. The song has so far received national airplay in Ireland prior to its release having been playlisted by “RTE Radio 1 Recommends” for the last 2 weeks.

“The song touches on the indistinct harsh reality of loss written in the wake of the death of my closest friend,” said Joseph. “It is laced with hooks, melodies and refrains that tease you into a dynamic tension between ethereal vocals and sonorous progressions that traverse themes of death, regret and redemption.”

Joseph is a songwriter from Wicklow, Ireland and his works fleet into solid hinderance of underlying lyrical certainty, and in a contrasting facet of gleaming hulls lined in gold.

An audible painting of rolling hills, the grass and the sky, never looks more inviting than in a Joseph Kiernan invitation.

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