- 06 Aug 21
In a lovely initiative, all proceeds from Ruby Moss' debut single will go to charity.
Dubliner Ruby Moss has released a stunning new charity single, 'Ruby's Song/Invisible'. The young singer-songwriter, who is just 14 years of age, recorded the piano-led track in one take.
It was written about the struggles she had starting secondary school during the COVID-19 pandemic. All proceeds of the song will go to charity, benefitting both the youth mental health group Jigsaw and Go Vegan World.
Ruby wrote the song during her time in an U16 programme in Crookedwood studios. The track gained attention quickly, earning airplay from national radio stations, including RTÉ One and Newstalk.
Her musical career began in St Patrick's Cathedral Choir School, where she sang and learned the piano, flute and tin whistle.
Ruby has also been awarded an organ/music scholarship with Dundalk Grammar School due to her young talent.
As today is Bandcamp Friday, no commission will be taken by the site for purchases of the song today, which means 100% of proceeds will go to good causes.
The music platform initially started Bandcamp Fridays to help artists during the COVID-19 pandemic after their income was decimated. They've since decided to keep the event going on the first Friday of every month until the end of the year.
You can purchase 'Ruby's Song/Invisible' from Ruby Moss' Bandcamp with all proceeds going to charity, and stream it below: