- 02 Jun 23
After a killer show on the Workman's Club's mainstage, Paddy Keyes has just released his new single 'Serotonin'
The alt-pop, Dublin-based artist Paddy Keyes is back on the music scene with his newly released single 'Serotonin.'
The up-beat, punchy hook filled track is Paddy Keyes's favourite song so far. Heralded by a performance at the Workman's Club yesterday on June 1st, it's a transformative piece looking forward to the future. Coming after the releases of 'Complicated,' 'Best Friend,' and his 2022 debut track 'Tomorrow,' 'Serotonin' is an audibly bright song perfect for the on-set of summer.
Just twenty-two, he's been an up-and-coming Irish act to keep an eye on, already taking Ireland by storm. Back in March, he even participated in Irish Music Month's A New Local Hero finals at the Academy in Dublin as Ocean FM's choice candidate.
It's a rewarding accomplishment well-earned. Working with the likes of Phill Magee, Daniel de Burca, and Keelan O'Reilly of Post Party, Paddy Keyes has been developing his sound into something phenomenal and ground-breaking.
While he doesn't have any merch, that might change soon. On Twitter, the Sligo-native toyed with the idea of compiling his released singles onto a CD titled Paddy 4Eyes, although any further developments on that front remain to be seen.
Listen to Paddy Keyes' new single, 'Serotonin' here: