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Music / February 12, 2021

Aby Coulibaly is feeling jaded on ‘Long Nights’

Music / February 12, 2021

Aby Coulibaly is feeling jaded on ‘Long Nights’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Ireland’s newest sensation continues her hot streak with another certified head nodder.

Today, Aby Coulibaly has shared her third official single in the shape of ‘Long Nights‘.

The Chamomille Records singer’s laidback vocals and intimate songwriting has cemented her spot as one of the country’s most exciting prospects in recent months. ‘Long Nights’ follows the success of ‘Taurus’ and ‘Maybe’ and sets the bar high for what promises to be a huge year for Aby.

At the tail end of 2020, we included Aby in our Future of Irish Music feature highlighting the 15 acts ready to take this year by storm.

Get familiar with Aby and Stream ‘Long Nights’ below:

Read our Future of Irish Music feature to find out more about the rising star.

Elsewhere, we spoke to slowthai for our February cover feature about his soul searching in an attempt to reconcile with one of pop culture’s most divisive characters.