The multi award winning and critically acclaimed singer-composer Julie Feeney releases her third album Clocks on Friday, November 16.
Hailed by the New York Times as “charming, urbane and dreamy…theatrical on the shell, intricate at the core”, Julie’s sound is unquestionably original, rooted in classical whilst comfortably straddling pop and theatre.
Clocks was written in Ballinahinch Castle and Lough Inagh Cottages in Galway and recorded at Kylemore Abbey Gothic Church, a return to home ground for Julie.
The album Clocks is out on November 16 and the same evening she performs at the Source Arts Centre in Tipperary along with the Cashel Community Choir
Julie will undertake an extensive Irish tour in November and December, taking an avant-garde approach to her performances by scoring music for ten different choirs to part accompany her at each concert. She will also perform three non-choir shows with her music collective at Druid Theatre in Galway on November 19th, The White Horse in Cork on November 29th and The Pepper Canister Church in Dublin on December 7th.
Julie has just returned from New York following a sold out performance at the Highline Ballroom. Earlier this year, she completed a ten show sell-out residency in the Irish Arts Centre there. She also recently wrote and performed her first opera Bird at The Project Arts Centre, as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival. In keeping with Julie’s considerable creative output, she is currently in advanced stages of creating videos, both live and animated, for each track on the new album.