Launchbox: Hozier

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In the vast ocean that is the Irish music scene, Hozier is quickly gaining recognition following the release of his first EP, “Take Me To Church”.

Born in Wicklow, Andrew Byrne-Hozier has an extensive passion for music that is rarely found elsewhere nowadays. He dropped out of a four year Music degree course in Trinity College to fulfill  his creative cravings, writing and recording a repertoire of tunes until finding his true calling within the soul and blues genre.

‘Take Me To Church’ is Hozier’s first EP, which was released in July of this year. Carrying four great tracks that serve as a brilliant introduction to Hozier’s music, it leaves us longing for more and eager to see what else the musician has up his sleeve for the future.

 

Check out the title track from ‘Take Me To Church’ below:


Hozier – Take Me To Church on MUZU.TV.

 

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