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General News / February 9, 2017

BARQ share new visuals for their track ‘Bear’

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General News / February 9, 2017

BARQ share new visuals for their track ‘Bear’

BARQ have had a fantastic debut year in 2016, playing festivals across the country, collaborating with fellow Irish artists and releasing standout singles throughout.

In November BARQ released ‘Bear’ as a free download and launched the single in The Bowery. The Irish group have now released a video for the track.

We caught up with Tommy Gray, Stephen McHale and Jess Kavanagh, unfortunately minus Neil Dorrington, to chat making their own music, who they’d love to collaborate with and what makes them happy. Click here to read that.