In The Spotlight

Sophie Doyle Ryder – “Happier”

Hailing from Dublin, this rising Irish singer and songwriter grew in a music-oriented home. She wrote her first song aged 13 and went on to study vocals at the BIMM Institute in Dublin, while balancing her fast emerging career. She’s played a variety of festivals such as Indiependence and Forbidden Fruit. Inspired by Coldplay, Gwen Stefani and Mary Black, she released her debut single “Mood” in 2020.

Realizing she’s feeling a lot happier after the end of a toxic relationship, her new single is an emotive slice of alt-pop. Telling her story wrapped in a powerful, yet fun-loving melody, it’s the invigorating beat, crisp guitars, fresh keys and lively backing harmonies accompanying her bright, easy-going vocal tone, that turns this ear-stroking sonic rollercoaster into a very infectious, ear-tickling pop bop.

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Music History

Hall & Oates – “Method Of Modern Love”

From their album “Big Bam Boom” (1984):

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New Music

Emm Gryner – “Jack”

From her upcoming album “Business & Pleasure”, to be released on 14 April 2023:

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