Singular Artists present SÍOMHA

Date: 13 May 2022
Time: 8PM
Ticket Price: €20.00 BUY TICKET


Friday May 13th, 8pm, Main Room

Síomha will be performing live at The Workman’s Club on Friday, 13th May to mark the release of her debut album Infinite Space. Tickets will be available from Monday, 21st Feb from 

Her debut Infinite Space is a collection of 11 unique tracks in Irish and English, it is truly one of a kind. These heartfelt and enduring songs, paired with the deep complexity of their production and arrangements, make for an original yet instantly approachable sound – a kind of cosmic, folk- rooted, jazz-tinged, post-pop. Listeners are drawn in by the familiar while simultaneously catapulted into a space of ethereal newness and musical mastery. 

The album was recorded in Ann Arbor, MI, and  produced by Grammy nominated Tyler Duncan (Carly Rae Jepsen/ Theo Katzman/ the olllam). It features an all-star lineup of musicians including bassist Joe Dart (Vulfpeck), drummer Louis Cato (Bobby McFerrin/ Snarky Puppy) and violinist Jeremy Kittel (Bela Fleck/ Chris Thile).

Síomha explains “The album is an exploration of our ability as humans to change, to break the habits and patterns imposed upon us from a young age by family and society through fully engaging with our true selves, exploring both the light and dark within and around us.”


“What an exciting surprise to hear Síomha’s new record ‘Infinite Space’. Complex yet accessible, challenging yet warm and inviting. Vibrant vocals, soulful songs, heartfelt lyrics, mighty players. Music as sophisticated as this is a rarity these days.”



“Infinite Space feels like warmth to me. Relentless velvet wrapped around me as it holds my hand through what can only be described as psychedelic musical therapy. It is clear that the vastly talented kindred spirits responsible for this album had their arms wide open to sound, arrangement and experimentation. There is no fear – there is only bravery and care, emotion and space. Síomha deserves all of this – an intensely talented human with a clear vision of her world.”