Fintan McKahey releases slick new track, "Platinum"

Ireland is famed for it's singer-songwriters and Fintan McKahey is one of those songwriters that touches your heart from the word go. With his EP getting him praise from loads of outlets from all over Ireland, from RTE and BBC Radio Ulster. His latest song is called "Platinum" and is the first single to be released from him this year.

His influences include Matt Corby, Bonobo and Chet Faker, of which you can really hear in this new tune of his. It's just over five minutes of wonderment, with some slick production that reminds us of James Blake. The vocals also remind us of James' and a little bit of Chet Faker with some Irish accent hidden away in there (yes we can hear it).

Speaking about the new single Fintan said - "This past winter, I poured my energies into creating a space that I could work in with my band in 2020. The results are beyond inspiring and it almost feels as if the songs write themselves here in my new studio. I was fortunate to complete this self-build just as the Coronavirus began impacting us all but I guess I shall be going it alone here for a while yet."

There is no wonder why loads of outlets in his home country have been praising Fintan McKahey, with track such as "Platinum" he could really be the next big artist to break out from Ireland. So be sure to head down below to check out this fantastic new track, and don't forget to follow him on the socials.