Following the runaway success of “Little by Little, Niamh Crowther, releases her new single “I’ll Be” from her self-titled EP on May 20th.
Niamh came to prominence aged 16, when she beat over 15,000 other young people to claim the prestigious Youth Music Awards. The accompanying rave reviews and talk about town earned her “one to watch” accolades from the media. A succession of well received singles further enhanced her reputation. Supported by an extensive radio tour, the last single “Little by Little” was one of the most played independent Irish tracks played across Irish radio last summer. That success continued into the autumn as the song made its way to the US and Europe, getting support countless stations including Janice Long on BBC Radio 2. A success made even more remarkable given Niamh is combining her burgeoning music career whilst studying full time in Dublin.
On the live front Niamh has won new fans whilst supporting PictureHouse, Blink, Mundy and appearing at events and festivals like LeCheile, St Patrick’s Festival and “A Night for Pieta House” in the Olympia Theatre. Then there was the time she was invited to sing onstage with Richie Sambora on her 18th birthday.
The new radio edit of “I’ll Be” was recorded in Westland Studio in Dublin with engineer Colm Finnegan produced by Dermot Lambert (Blink) And mixed by Tim Martin. It comes from Niamh’s eponymous EP which features Little by Little, Origins and new track Painkillers.