- 27 Sep 23
The band's second single releases after much acclaim for their debut track.
Limerick-based band Small Church have released the second single from their upcoming EP, Fever Dream.
'I'm a Fool' was previously titled 'Andreea's Song' after the band's lead singer, but has swapped over names in anticipation of their debut EP release.
The indie-dreamscape oozes sensual, bass-rich vibes, delving into the depths of old school grunge to drag out a modernised, lighter version of Hole or Garbage. Andreea, who also fronts female post-punk group PowPig, brings effortless sultriness to the track, magnificent vocals decorating a rock-infused instrumental.
The group are set to release their debut EP sometime soon - with a pile of fans already eagerly awaiting the drop.
Announcing the release of their newest track, the band took to social media, saying: "The snail trail blazes on! We’re releasing our second single as part of our EP Fever Dream in the next couple days to all the major streaming platforms. The single, formerly known as 'Andreea’s Song' now titled; 'I’m a Fool', will be up on Bandcamp beforehand for anyone eager to hear it before it goes to Spotify/YouTube/Amazon. We will be celebrating this by playing a set alongside a serious lineup at LSAD’s freshers week in Dolan’s. It is also our big, bad bassist’s birthday! Come celebrate with us as we launch it to the moon!"
The four-piece consists of singer and guitarist Andreea Mocanu, drummer Paddy Critchley, Killian Moran on bass, and Seán Horgan on keys/synth.
Check out the new track 'I'm a Fool' below.