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Music / June 8, 2021

Listen to Celaviedmai’s new song ‘HEAL’

Photo credit: Bekah Molony Caught Up Creatives
Music / June 8, 2021

Listen to Celaviedmai’s new song ‘HEAL’

Words: Dylan Murphy

It comes after her performance at the National Concert Hall.

Celaviedmai has developed a reputation as one of the most versatile artists in Ireland. Feeling as comfortable going between hard-hitting drill and emotional pop ballads, the Galway artist retains a sense of allure and unpredictability with every release.

Today, she’s shared ‘HEAL’, which sees her strip her sound back and explore her own vulnerabilities. Challenging the external pressure to appear resilient and strong in the face of adversity, Mai surrenders to her emotions and embraces her own discomfort.

Last month, Mai performed at the National Concert Hall as part of Extraterrestrial.

Listen to ‘HEAL’ below:

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