Luke Clerkin & Naosán Moore
Luke Clerkin is a two time Sports and Cultural Council award winning singer songwriter from Dublin. Combining his deep and honest lyrics with his catchy and infectious melodies, Clerkin has the ability to evoke emotions in almost anyone. His latest EP ‘Live From The Library’, marked the beginning of a new journey for his music, showing his songs in their purest form, vulnerabilities and imperfections included.
Clerkin is no stranger to the stage having played hundreds of shows around the world including headliners all over Ireland and Germany, as well as festival slots at Electric Picnic, Stendhal and Edinburgh Free Fringe. His debut album is set for release in early 2024.
Naosán Moore is a singer songwriter, originally from Mullingar in Ireland currently residing in London. His music is driven by powerful melodies and is lyrically rooted in love, life, self-reflection, and stories from the people around him. He thrives on connecting with his audience and gives an honest insight into his songs during live performances. Dueling piano and guitar in his arrangements, he is heavily inspired by fellow Mullingar man Niall Horan alongside other acts such as James Blunt, James Bay and Kodaline. He has recently supported Irish band “Ham Sandwich” on their 20 year anniversary gig in the 100 Club Oxford Street and will be releasing his first EP later this year.