08 Mar Artist Profile: Idiot Songs & Pearse McGloughlin
New to Music Sync Licensing from Ireland
Indie Folk, Indie, Dance, Doo Wop, Alternative, New Folk, Post Rock, Indie Folk
Sleepy, Romantic, Dramatic, Wistful, Lonely, Sparse, Dreamy, Purposeful, Nocturnal, Reflective, Defiant, Ghostly, Calm, Melancholy, Atmospheric, Haunting, Remembering, Hushed, Moving, Urgent, Intimate, Personal, Defiant, Positive, Happy
Pearse McGloughlin is a skilled, soft voiced Indie artist with a charm all of his own. However, if you are looking for something akin to Mercury Rev, Damien Rice, The Villagers, Sigur Ros, Talk Talk, Moloko, Radiohead, The National, Death Cab for Cutie; and on and on the list will go winding its way through a parade of lovely bands, then Pearse might very well be your man. It is not that he sets out to mimic any of these bands and singers; it is simply the territories that he is moving in, the skins that he is wearing. And then, when he joins up Justin Grounds, another layer is added to his appearances. In Idiot Songs (also on the AMP player); a tribute to Dostoevsky’s book The Idiot, a cross-the-seas collaboration is brought to exciting life, adding further territories, such as, Massive Attack, Animal Collective, Fleet Foxes etc. to the catalogue. No matter how you turn this, you are sure to find your own personal Pearse or Pearse and Justin to sweeten your production.
Here is where you can start browsing for the same: Listen on the Avant Music Port player