All The Queen’s Horses Shares New Single ‘Sirens Up On Mizen Head’

All The Queen's Horses, the dark indie project by Irish singer and songwriter Sean William Murphy, has just shared his brand new single Sirens Up On Mizen Head, the latest single to be taken from his debut album, The Dark Below & The Isle Of Dogs, out now via Echoism Records. 
I am a fan of his distinctive tone and how it effortlessly conveys the emotion of his powerful storytelling. Sirens Up On Mizen Head is a song about a place in Ireland and shares a message of how many people choose to stay ignorant in the face of problems all over the world, not really wanting to know what is happening out there. This message is wrapped around a warm acoustic/singer-songwriter production with steady percussion nicely intertwined with lush, cinematic strings, cool bass and catchy piano keys that create the perfect background for his gorgeous vocals to soar. This is one of those songs I'd play while home alone, wanting to unwind after a stressful day. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, All The Queen's Horses said,
This is a song about a place in Ireland that is known to be rugged, untamed and astonishingly wild along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. I guess I kind of used it's untamed landscape and fierce conditions (‘’tarmacadam waves // roaring water// lead ammunition rain’’) there to convey end of world scenarios (‘’sirens’’ & ‘’squadrons that turned back’’ & ‘’fury of the fulfur’’ and ‘’storm clouds out back’’) Long story short, it's meant to show people's ignorance in the face of problems all over the world. A lot of people don't want to know the problems despite the fact that their house is burning down.