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Sinead O'Brien has dropped her new single, 'Fall With Me'

“[The song is] an invitation to surrender," she explains.
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Published: 12:26 pm, March 11, 2020
Sinead O'Brien has dropped her new single, 'Fall With Me'

Sinead O'Brien has dropped her new single, 'Fall With Me'.

Out now via Chess Club Records, the tune is accompanied by news of a headliner at London's Chats Palace on 21st May.

“[The song is] an invitation to surrender," Sinead explains. "What would it be like to stand still in slow motion? To sink, even if just for a moment - to give yourself over to the pleasure of surrender.”

She adds: “The motif of a ‘head carousel’ rolls through the piece. I saw an image in a library which had all of these giant heads on a rotating wheel. It was such a statement, like a modern-day counter-response to the classical imagery of the scales, balance, zen. This image of ‘the self’; going around and around in a trap says so much about “now” actually. How to manage the wheel, gathering momentum while maintaining its equilibrium. How long can the head hold.”

Check it out below, and catch her live throughout summer.

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