Martin Rafferty & The Northern City
The best band to come from Ireland since U2
The hotly-tipped Irish rockers will also release their brand new single, ‘The Way We Used To Be’ on 23 March,
It looks like it’s going to be a great year for Martin Rafferty and The Northern City Lights. They created quite a stir in 2017 with the release of his 5-track debut “Last Brigade EP”.
Having already fulfilled a dream by recording in the historic Studio 3 at London’s Abbey Road Studios, the debut EP was recorded at Manor Park Studio, Co. Antrim in conjunction with producer Neal Calderwood and EP tracks have already gained serious rotation on 200+ US radio stations.
It has been licensed by 20 major TV networks such as FOX, ESPN, E! Television, Discovery, National Geographic, NASCAR and Spike, and blasted out in big US sports arenas throughout the USA in 2017.
The new single ‘The Way We Used To Be; was written by Martin as an apology to his girlfriend at the time, telling the story of them arguing, breaking up and getting back together again, and dealing with the frustration that anything he would ever do could not seemingly improve their relationship.
frustrated by the establishment, about relationships, the working class and unemployment, but I want to deliver something positive out of it all and send a message of hope that is uplifting to peoples’ everyday lives
Danny Wright & Band
In a world full of rock stars, pop stars and boybands, Danny Wright stands out for many reasons. Danny Wright is a true artist, who has previously fronted the successful Reading-based rock bands We Are Lost Boys (2010 - 2014) and DissolvedIN (2007- 2010). After conquering the rock world, Danny decided it was time to introduce himself to the world of pop music and immediately found himself working alongside acts such as Cheryl Cole, Ellie Goulding, Olly Murs, and Tulisa in his quest to pursue his career in music. Currently writing his debut EP and gigging locally as a solo artist, Danny Wright is certainly set to make a solid stamp upon the industry with his first ever solo project for 2015.
Originally from the small town of Reading, Danny moved to the iconic music hub of Camden Town in London as soon as he possibly could. He knew the only way he would succeed on his journey for success was if he placed himself within in the thick of it all