Wonderfully bright and uplifting

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Having already made her mark in the acting world of late, earning a regular part in the hit Amazon Prime series Hanna, emerging singer and songwriter Áine Rose Daly is now staking her claim on the music world as she delivers the wonderfully bright and uplifting new single ‘Places’.

Channelling a rich and dynamic alt-pop aesthetic throughout, ‘Places’ sees the artist deliver a bold and shimmering new offering, layered in rich and euphoric textures. With a light and atmospheric production embedded around her sweet and soaring voice, her new offering showcases her as a strong and powerful artist, brimming with stellar potential.

“I wrote this song a long time ago about my struggles with my mental health and how, at the time, I felt like it was holding me back from doing what I wanted to do with my life.”

Áine Rose Daly

Áine Daly is a London-based actor/singer/songwriter. Born and raised in Jersey, the Channel Islands to Irish parents and coming from a long lineage of musicians and creatives, Áine has always been surrounded by music and arts.

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The last few years have seen Áine’s acting career flourish, having been cast in multiple feature-length films and most notably playing a series regular in Amazon Prime’s “HANNA”. Outside of her acting career, however, Aine has always maintained her love for songwriting and considers it a major creative outlet for herself.

Having had some space to write more frequently during the lockdown and whilst filming for another series of Hanna, Áine has put together a handful of beautifully crafted alternative pop songs and is ready to bring them out of the living room studio they were recorded in and into the world. Aine’s next release will see her join her older brother, singer/songwriter, Tadhg Daly in the list of Jersey-born artists stamping their name on the London music scene.


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