- 24 Sep 21
Rosin takes a "left on Last Laugh Lane" on her third single of the year.
Irish singer Róisín O has continued her turn to pop music on a powerful new track, 'Still Gold'.
The bittersweet feeling embedded within the lyrics on the breakup track harks back 'Fluorescent Adolescent' by the Arctic Monkeys.
"'Still Gold' is a track that detaches itself from the emotionally worn path of resentment after a breakup," explains Róisín.
"It's a response to watching someone you once loved falling on hard times, but instead of relishing in their pain, you want to be there for them, but you can't be. To you, they are 'Still Gold'."
Organised by the team behind the Indiependence festival, it featured 18 concerts held across four venues.
"It's a real pleasure to bring more quality artists and some old friends back to Mitchelstown for Autumn Air," said Shane Dunne, MD of INDIE. "It's where we started and it's a special place for everyone who has played here, been to the festival and had good times with us over the years."
Stream 'Still Gold', the new single from Róisín O below: