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Sorcha Richardson shares new track ‘First Prize Bravery’

“Cinematic, relatable and completely and utterly heartwrenching” – The Line of Best Fit

Following the release of the acclaimed comeback singles ‘Honey’ and ‘Don’t Talk About It’, one of Ireland’s most promising talents Sorcha Richardson today shares new single ‘First Prize Bravery’. Sorcha’s debut LP, First Prize Bravery is due for release on 8th November 2019 via Faction Records.

Ahead of the album’s release, Sorcha will return to the UK, to support Honeyblood before making an appearance at Camden’s Mirrors Festival. To celebrate the debut LP, she’ll then return to Ireland for a handful of headline dates.

Please see below for all upcoming shows and further information about First Prize Bravery.

Upcoming tour dates:

25th Oct | Birmingham, UK @ The Castle & Falcon*

28th Oct | Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms*

31st Oct: London, UK @ The Garage*

2nd Nov: London, UK @ Mirrors Festival

Irish singer-songwriter Sorcha Richardson has been cultivating a cult fanbase for several years with the release of songs such as ‘Ruin Your Night’, ‘Petrol Station’ and ‘Can’t We Pretend’ are evocative vignettes of a moment in time which find the poetry in introspection, with a tangible nod to key influences such as Sharon Van Etten, Arcade Fire, Phoebe Bridgers and Julia Jacklin.

It’s been a long road to reach this moment. Richardson left home for Brooklyn as a teenager to study creative writing. She’d assumed her background as a drummer would lead to her playing in a college band, but instead she ended up recording lo-fi demos in her dorm. Picking up traction on SoundCloud gave her the confidence that she could sing, while her studies sharpened her lyrical focus.