Acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer Wallis Bird talks to Seán Rocks on RTÉ Arena about the release of her seventh studio album, Hands. Listen above...

Also known as Nine and a half songs for nine and a half fingers', in reference to a childhood accident that permanently damaged her left hand, Wallis' new album sees the Wexford-born, Belin-based artist turning of the spotlight onto herself, and addressing themes of trust, alcohol abuse, stagnation, self-censorship and self-improvement, all delivered in Bird's singular style.

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