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Strangers is Bonneer’s Single

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Artist is Bonneer and her Single Strangers.

Strangers is Bonneer’s Single

Today we are faced with a truly incredible artist.

As soon as I learned that this was her debut single my jaw dropped. Obviously, we are dealing with an artist with great musical knowledge and great experience behind her.

The refinement of the musical arrangements and of the melodic line are undeniable. Bláthín O Connor aka Bonneer’s vocal interpretation gives goosebumps. A hypnotic and sinuous vocal timbre that keeps you glued to the speakers from the first to the last second.

The rhythmic and harmonic variations make this genre difficult to label and this makes Bonneer’s music even more fascinating and intriguing.

An artist with great talent that the world needs to hear. I believe we are facing a star.

Truly a gem that I recommend to everyone!

Strangers is Bonneer’s Single Out Now!


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Strangers is Bonneer’s Single

Bonneer (Bláthín O Connor) is a piano playing songstress from the wilds of county Meath, Ireland. She discovered her love for music at the age of four when her mother started teaching her classical piano.

She was also taught violin by her late father.

The 38-year-old grew up in a home where music was a big part of her day-to-day. She remembers her parents listening to the likes of Brahms German Requiem in the kitchen, while anything from John Martyn to The Bangles would be blaring from her brother’s room at the opposite end of the house.

Her talent for singing was first realised at the age of ten, when her brother gave her the album ‘Dummy’ by Portishead as a birthday present. This album in particular had a huge influence on her wanting to write music.

At the age of eleven, her father sadly died after a short illness, and this is when she stopped playing the violin. She did however continue singing and playing piano, and it was around this time when she began singing as the lead soloist in a local youth choir directed by the late Sir Colin Mawby, founder of the RTÉ Philharmonic Choir.

In May 2018 her best friend was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was given just five months to live. This was the catalyst to Bonneer’s creative explosion. Wanting to let her friend know how dear she was to her, she composed a piece of piano music in her honour, which was played on the day of the funeral.

Shortly after, Bonneer began songwriting, unleashing her untapped creativity. To date, she has written over 100 songs and has composed several pieces for piano. Her inspiration comes from her own life experiences and observations, and her style is perhaps her own in that it is slightly difficult to define.



 


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2 Responses to Strangers is Bonneer’s Single

  1. I was very impressed by Bonneer’s haunting voice, and the power of her song, of course accompanied by the dance. Beautiful work; she will of course be compared to the lead singer of the Cranberries, but this is not fair; both of them have incredible singing voices and musical styles. There is something about Irish singers-that voice that mood. I will pick up her music soon, and play it often.

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