Ireland's longest-running music TV show, Other Voices returns to RTÉ this February, presented by Annie Mac, Huw Stephens & May Kay, showcasing an array of dynamic and diverse performances, recorded in Dingle, Cardigan & Ballina, from the most exciting Irish & international artists in music today - watch the first episode here, via RTÉ Player.

Kicking off the series on RTÉ 2 Thursday 27th of February with a bang - SOAK returns to St. James' Church, Dingle with music from her magnificent, critically acclaimed second record Grim Town, expect an explosive set from the Irish post-punk band Murder Captial, London based poet and singer Arlo Parks recites a moving piece inspired by her trip to Dingle and Kerry's own Junior Brother performs in the IMRO Other Room. 

Later in the series, beloved singer-songwriter David Gray will perform songs from his iconic 'White Ladder’ album, celebrating 20 years since its release. Other Voices alumni and fan favorites Elbow return and vetern alternative rock band Editors make their OV debut in St. James’ Church.

The Murder Capital pictured at St. James' Church, Dingle as part of Other Voices 2019

Don’t miss the mesmerising set from the winner of BBC Sound of 2020, Celeste. The magnetic contemporary folk outfit Lankum, up and coming neo-soul singer Joy Crookes, and rising RnB star and rapper Jafaris will also feature in this series. 

Soak and Other Voices host Annie Mac

Elsewhere in this 10-week run of Other Voices, you'll find All Tvvins, Denise Chaila, Gruff Rhys, Gwenno, Pillow Queens, Soda Blonde, Sorcha Richardson, Talos, Ye Vagabonds and many more. 

Other Voices, RTÉ 2 at 11.30pm - catch up afterward on RTÉ Player.