True Tides are three brothers Cian, Conor and Eoghan whose guitar driven synth pop brimming with hooks and intricate vocal harmonies has made them the most talked about music act in Ireland this year. Their single ‘Survive’ released March 2020 hit the top 10 Irish radio charts, peaking at #7 after being playlisted on all major national and local radio stations across Ireland. Their single continues to receive regular airplay nationally with over 45 million airplay impressions on national radio.
They have also had over one million views on some social media posts during lockdown when the video of singer Cian playing saxophone to his neighbours to celebrate the single climbing the charts quickly went viral. ‘Survive’ was also synched on a national television ad for Vodafone showing how people were coping and supporting each other during these challenging times.
With the eagerly anticipated release of their new single ‘Break The Silence’, 2020 promises to be a massive break-through year for True Tides.
The brothers made their national television debut in 2019 on the Late Late Show; had their single ‘Automatic’ reach the Irish top 20 radio play charts and received regular rotation on national and local radio stations for their other 2 singles; were playlisted on numerous Spotify playlists including New Music Friday UK; sold out their City Hall, Cork headline show with the 135-piece Cork Youth Orchestra and choir in December 2019 as well as supporting Picture This for their sold out show at INEC Arena Killarney and The Coronas at their sold out Olympia show in the same month; had their first UK television synch on E4’s ‘Made in Chelsea’ and played their first headline tour packing out venues around Ireland including Whelans, Dublin and Cyprus Avenue, Cork.
Last year they played the biggest stages around Ireland with their energetic live performances including mainstage Indiependence and supporting acts such as Picture This, The Coronas, All Tvvins, The Academic and Wild Youth at sold out shows in Independent Park, Iveagh Gardens, the Olympia, Cork Opera House, Ulster Hall Belfast, The Big Top Galway, Dolan’s Warehouse Limerick amongst others.