- 18 Jun 20
His rescheduled Soundhouse gig will take place on November 5.
Seba Safe has released this third single 'Drip' earlier this month, following a sold out Dublin headliner in Whelans and a stint at the Other Voices festival in Dingle in December.
The Galway songwriter (real name Michael D'Alton) released debut single 'I Want' and follow-up 'Wired' in 2019, going on to perform a string of sold out Irish support slots with Columbia Mills and Malaki.
D'Alton is definitely busy making a name for himself with soulfully crafted music that blends elements of pop, jazz and folk together for the perfect mix - it's going to be an exciting year for Seba Safe.
Seba Safe's lyrics are written candidly and honestly about his personal relationships, loss and change - sure to resonate with every listener.
'Drip' is a clever, summer tune that pairs plenty of hooks with soothing vocals, showing off D'Alton's range of talents and ability to write catchy folk pop.
D'Alton spent most of last year honing his craft and songwriting in the Wicklow Mountains, influenced by the folk pop sound of Maggie Rodgers, Big Thief, Dermot Kennedy, Lil Peep and Julien Baker.
His recent Hot Press Lockdown Session during the COVID-19 pandemic impressed his audience, and we can't wait to see his impact on the Irish music industry this year.
His rescheduled Dublin headliner show in The Soundhouse is now slated for November 5.
Listen to his latest single 'Drip' below: