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Cormac O Caoimh is an Irish singer-songwriter. His newest release is The Moon Loses Its Memory.
While attention spans are waning and singles are becoming more valuable than albums, this is something so masterful that it simply cannot be broken apart into it’s smaller components, but must be appreciated in its entirety.
O Caoimh is not whiny, simplistic or overly wordy. He uses the perfect string of words and rhythm to create a beautiful and inspiring album. Each song takes on its own tone, own voice, all coming together under the arch of reflections, love and life.
A personal favorite is the fourth track, “Thirst and Water." The song washes over you in waves, and the lyrics have a beautiful melancholic aspect.
The album is a vivid analysis of change and longing. O Caoimh’s sound is unique and passionate. The album boasts an Irish influence of sound, as well as pop aspects and the naturalistic sounds of the classic singer-songwriter.
The album is a versatile masterpiece, perfect for falling asleep to, and great for anything from traveling to meditation.