- 30 Sep 21
Written by Michael Hopkins and Slaney, 'Heaven' is the third release this year from the rising Carlow musician.
MiWe at Hot Press are delighted to premiere 'Heaven', the latest offering from Carlow electro-pop act Slaney, ahead of its release tomorrow.
The third release this year from the rising musician and actress, 'Heaven' is another brilliant slice of infectious dance-pop produced by Michael Hopkins that sounds like Kylie performing with Daft Punk. Stream it below.
"'Heaven' is song about blissful love and how euphoric you feel around that person," Slaney told Hot Press.
"My last few singles have been so much fun to record and play live. I feel like I've finally found a sound that I really love and want to keep evolving, so 'Heaven' is an evolution of that recent dance/pop style."
Hailing from a highly musical background, Slaney's father Niall Power had an amazing career drumming for Bob Geldof, Westlife and many more.
She began working with songwriter/producer Michael Hopkins back in 2017 and the pair have continued to make music together ever since, recording everything from their home studio in Kildare.
Her previous two releases since signing with Jawdropper Management, 'Love Is Like A Drug' and 'All I Want', were included on Spotify New Music Friday, received extensive airplay support and led to her been snapped up by super live agent Sol Parker at Paradigm for worldwide representation.
Slaney is also a very talented actress, recently appearing in the BAFTA nominated hit TV show Normal People, Apple TV's Foundation and new RTE drama KIN.
Listen to 'Heaven' by Slaney below