Sinead Harnett – Hard 4 Me 2 Love You

by Rosie Matheson

One of my favourite vocalists from recent years, Sinead Harnett is back today with a stripped-back soulful slice of pop that’s simply beautiful.

“This was one of those songs I wasn’t ready to finish for quite some time. I’d had an argument with someone in my family and the chorus just came out. But it was too painful to finish until years later when I played the chorus to M-Phazes. I think what I learned from the process was that love evolves and changes, but when it’s unconditional you just keep going until it feels good again.”

Taken from the upcoming album ‘Ready Is Always Too Late’ which is due 21st May 2021 via Sony Music

Sinead Harnett

Maths Time Joy – Real Deal (Stripped) with J Warner + Sinead Harnett

This song triggers a sense of blissful escapism that is so divine to experience. A truly beautiful piece of stripped-back RnB.

Maths Time Joy | J Warner | Sinead Harnett

James Vickery – Pressure Pt II (with Sinead Harnett)

Following on from the hugely successful ‘Pressure (with SG Lewis)’, Londoner James Vickery continues his story with the exceptionally talented Sinead Harnett.

The track delivers on the excellence you’d expect from someone who is quickly establishing himself as one to watch on the British scene.

“I want to cover all bases of R&B and experiment with all the subforms with it, keep people guessing what they can expect from me next- with the one thing that ties it all together, the vocal.”

James Vickery

Rudimental – Baby (feat. MNEK & Sinead Harnett)

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Huge fan of all three of the above. There is nothing to fault with this track whatsoever. That’s all. Taken from Rudimental’s upcoming album, ‘Home’ out 29th April.