- 20 Sep 21
Revisit JaYne's stunning acoustic set on the Y&E Series below – supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
On Friday night, JaYne performed a stunning acoustic set as part of the Hot Press Y&E Series.
The creative act has a proven track record as a remarkable artist and songwriter – with a sound that spans several genres and styles. In addition to her work with her band, Eve's Record Box, JaYne worked in London for 10 years as a session singer and writer. Her Y&E Series performance coincides with the release of her highly anticipated new single, 'The Coast'.
Streaming live from LaunchpadLK studios in her hometown of Limerick; JaYne performed a mix of solo songs alongside songs from Eve's Record Box.
Accompanied by Mickey Ridley on guitar; the alt-pop artist started her set with 'London,' an Eve's Record Box track released in 2020 and written about the city she lived in for 10 years.
Following 'London,' the Limerick artist performed unreleased track 'Netflix And Breakfast' before 'Solo Heroes' - an Eve's Record Box track written with guitarist Paddy Shanahan.
These performances were then followed by her beloved cover of 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World,' a soulful acoustic rendition of the classic Tears for Fears song. JaYne first started playing it while busking over lockdown before eventually recording it and having it produced by Ben Wanders.
The Limerick talent rounded out her incredible set with two poignant songs: 'The Coast' - released on Friday and describes the random quirks of life - and 'Butterfly,' dedicated to a past lover and friend who sadly passed away.
Revisit JaYne's performance for the Y&E Series below:
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The Hot Press Y&E Series is supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. Watch the performances every night on the Hot Press Instagram (@hotpressmagazine) at 7.30pm. Don't miss the final night of the Y&E series:
Monday, September 20: FLYNN
Hailing from Mullingar, singer-songwriter Flynn has rapidly established himself as a popstar-on-the rise. With a sound driven by pulsating electronic undercurrents, he teamed up with Belgian act Lost Frequencies on their tropical house single 'Recognise' in 2019 – a track that has since clocked up over 48 million streams on Spotify alone. Last year, Flynn released his lauded solo EP, One Of Us.