Following the release of their self-titled debut album, Cork based indie band Lunnah have released a music video for album track Take Me Dancing. We asked front woman Sarah-Beth O'Mullane the BIG questions . . .
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The group was formed in 2019 by O’Mullane with friends, Paul Brennan (drums), Lee Kennedy (bass), Emily Naughton (synth) and James Gormley (guitar), while studying at the CIT Cork School of Music and they’ve performed at Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, Indiependence and venues across the country.
Tell us three things about yourself?
I’m an artist, a philosophy enthusiast, and I like to write songs in the car.
How would you describe your music?
My music is essentially the love child of a bohemian pop star and an unknown folk artist. It is animated yet sentimental. Through my music, I aim to capture as many emotions sprawled across the human spectrum.
Who are your musical inspirations?
Joni Mitchell, Billy Joel, Leonard Cohen, Bruce Springsteen, Lana Del Rey and Gorillaz
How did you occupy yourself during the coronavirus lockdown?
I wrote a lot of music, played piano, guitar and experimented with electronic sounds. I made art, read books, meditated and looked after my donkey. I tried to appreciate the little things more.
What’s your favourite song right now?
Joji - Gimme Love.
Favourite lyric of all time?
'It’s true that all the men you knew were dealers who said they were through with dealing every time you gave them shelter.’ - The Stranger Song by Leonard Cohen.
If you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life what would it be?
River - Joni Mitchell.
Where can people find your music/more information?