SUSIE BLUE NEW SINGLE
‘BE A LADY’ OUT NOW
PLAYING TWO LONDON DATES THIS WEEKEND
17th March – The Dublin Castle, Camden
18th March – Bread and Roses, Clapham
Inspiring Irish rock act Susie Blue have released the brand new single ‘Be A Lady’ ahead of their live shows in London this weekend.
With social equality and acceptance playing a key role in their music, creative mastermind and lead singer Susan Donaghy explains, “’Be A Lady’ is a song that I wanted to write to tell myself and anyone who wants to listen that it’s okay to be “different” and stereotypes about gender aren’t a thing anymore in 2017”.
It follows the previously released single ‘People Like Us’ which focused on intolerance and hatred in society, particularly in the form of homophobia.
The catchy indie-pop sound, alongside Susan’s hauntingly distinctive vocals, has been turning heads across Ireland where Susie Blue are making their mark on the live scene. They completed their first Irish headline tour last year and in 2017 supported the likes of The Strypes, Glen Hansard and SOAK. The band have also appeared at a number of festivals including Whelan’s One To Watch Festival, Output Festival, Swell Festival and the Maritime Festival.
Now Susie Blue are ready to bring their strong spirit and captivating live performance to the UK for a very special St. Patrick’s Day show at Camden’s Dublin Castle this Friday followed by a date at Clapham’s Bread And Roses the following night.
17th – Camden, The Dublin Castle
18th – Clapham, Bread And Roses
24th – Dublin, The Grand Central
“incredibly catchy, earworming indie-pop.”- Gigslutz
“It takes a complex subject and fashions it into a euphoric banger for anyone that has ever felt rejected from society.” – Hide The Line
“From singer Susan Donaghy’s goosebump inducing silky vocals, to the catchy chorus, these guys are destined for great things” – Outcast Magazine
“The result is an irresistibly arresting pop/rock piece that packs an extremely powerful punch.” – Pure M Magazine
“A songwriter with a knack for weaving hauntingly dark material together’