'I'd love Ed Sheeran to record one of my songs!' - Dublin singer/songwriter Fiach Moriarty
Published 21/04/2015 | 11:12
Irish singer/songwriter Fiach Moriarty has just released his second album, The Revolution, and he reveals how a childhood spent marching the streets of Dublin informed the record.
Although he says it's not a political album, or a necessarily angry one, the lead single, 'Revolution' features a video charting some of the most notable revolutions and marches in history.
Fiach, who grew up in Inchicore, remembers marching for various causes in Dublin in the 80s with his family.
Since he released his debut album 'So I' in 2010 he has collaborated with and played support to several well known Irish artists including Damien Dempsey and Declan O'Rourke.
Paul Brady described him as, "one of Ireland's most talented singer-songwriters with a musical sophistication rare in the genre".
Fiach plays The Button Factory on Friday April 24.
Check out his new single, 'Revolution':