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General News / May 1, 2020

April releases debut EP ‘New Conditions’

General News / May 1, 2020

April releases debut EP ‘New Conditions’

She has also shared a video for ‘What I’d Do For You’.

Following a string of songs on Soundcloud, the subsequent release of her debut single ‘The Impossible Task Of Feeling Complete’ and the beautiful ‘New Conditions’, Kildare native April has dropped her long-awaited debut EP.

The four track EP sits at around 12 minutes, but packs a punch and is the perfect antidote to any looming quarantine anxiety. Following co-signs from the likes of Radio 1’s Phil Taggart and Blindboy it feels as though the new project is ripe to launch the singer from her bedroom pop roots to a world stage.

April has also shared an animated video for ‘What I’d Do For You’, in response to restrictions on traditional methods of recording music videos.

Listen to ‘New Conditions’ below:

Photo: April’s Instagram @Themonthapril