Hot on the heels of her new single, “At Least One,” Irish indie-folk singer and songwriter Étáin debuts the song’s music video. The artist, who takes her name from an ancient Irish fairytale, has a bright future in music as evidenced by her latest output, produced by acclaimed U.S. producer Noah Weinman.
Commenting non her song, Étáin states:
“‘At Least One’ is about being in a long-distance relationship and realising you can’t be there for the other person in the way you wish you could be. This pang of longing just hits you right in the chest. I wanted to write a love song that felt real so it was important to me to show reverence for the difficult times in a relationship as well as the love and safety two people find when they’re together.”
Per a recent press release, “Étáin’s artistry has brought her to recording spaces such as Westland Studios where the likes of Bob Dylan, U2 and The Corrs have recorded. More recently, she worked with Ash on their forthcoming release. Étáin has also played major festivals and venues across the UK and Ireland including Electric Picnic (Laois), Sea Sessions (Donegal), The Cavern Club (Liverpool), Whelans (Dublin), Broadcast (Glasgow), and The National Concert Hall (Dublin). Having previously opened for Molly Parden, The Coronas, Áine Cahill, and Moya Brennan of Clannad, Étáin has built up a dedicated fanbase.”