- 24 Sep 20
The new edition of the Hot Press Lockdown Sessions' Y&E Series continues with Little Hours – supported by the Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht.
Little Hours, aka Co. Donegal multi-instrumentalist John Doherty, released his self-titled debut EP in 2014 – featuring 'It's Still Love', which was nominated for the Choice Music Prize Song of the Year. After clocking up support slots for James Bay, Tim Baxter and Hudson Taylor, he released his debut album, Now The Lights Have Changed, last year.
Beaming in from his home in Donegal, Doherty opened with 2018's 'Heavy On You'. Moving straight into 'Something Better,' he then showed off his impressive vocal stylings on 'Dream, Girl.'
Watch the performance and check out the rest of this week's line up below.
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Watch Delush tonight, September 24, as part of the Hot Press Lockdown Sessions' The Y&E Series, supported by the Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht – live on the Hot Press Instagram (@hotpressmagazine) at 8.30pm.
Thursday, September 24: DELUSH
After four years of producing, writing and collaborating with established artists in Berlin, Leixlip-born singer Enda Gallery created his solo project, delush. He released his debut solo album, Journey To Zero, last month.
Friday, September 25: TOLU MAKAY
Since first dipping her toes into music by singing in church as a child, Tolü has fast become one of Ireland's most thrilling talents. Ahead of the release of her debut EP, BEING, in October, she shared her latest single, 'Don't Let Go, last month.