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General News / May 17, 2017

Soulé talks about Irish music in new Bulmers video series

General News / May 17, 2017

Soulé talks about Irish music in new Bulmers video series

“Just to be accepted into that family, community vibe… I’m definitely honoured.”

 

We caught up with Soulé back in September 2016 when her first single ‘Love No More‘ dropped. Her musical career looked exciting from the off, and since then she has released a number of singles and was nominated for a RTÉ Choice Music Prize award.

‘The Queen of Diffusion Lab‘ has now linked up with Bulmers for their continuing video series looking at their 100% Irish stage at Forbidden Fruit Festival in a couple of weeks.

They previously caught up with WastefellowLe Boom and LAOISE, now they chat with one of Ireland’s finest alt-pop/R&B prospects about the Irish music scene and how welcoming it’s been to her.

Soulé will perform live at Forbidden Fruit. Click here for tickets.