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Irish Lockdown Band Release 2nd Single In Aid Of Mental Health Charity
Lemonade Marinade release their second single during these uncertain times, again it's for the Irish mental health charity Pieta.
Following up from the acclaimed song 'Venus and Me' the Irish lockdown band release the joyful catchy pop infused 'It's Good To See (That Some Things Still Shine So Bright)’ on Friday September 25th 2020 on all musical media platforms.
Both songs relate lyrically to the chosen charity and relay a message of encouragement and hope, showing there’s enough light in the world from its beauty and actions to keep hearts illuminated.
Written again by songwriter and producer David Dee Moore, but this time he's left the vocal duties to the beautiful voice of Belfast songstress Janet Henry. A smooth performance reminiscent of a Karen Carpenter or a Rita Coolidge.
The slick accompaniment comes from a band that David Dee Moore
handpicked to add years of musical experience and creativity. These include Nick Scott (Gilbert O'Sullivan, Mary Black) on bass, Colin Henry (Nancy Griffiths, Charlie McGettigan) on dobro, Fintan Hanley (Vickers Vimy) on mandolin, Brian McAteer (Phil Coulter, Alisdair Frazer) on strings, the folk duo Cathryn Craig (Righteous Brothers, Chet Atkins) and Brian Willoughby (Strawbs, Mary Hopkin) on nylon guitar and project producer, arranger David Dee Moore (Liam Clancy, Juliet Turner, Brian Kennedy) on guitars.
The track was mixed by Grammy nominees Chris O’Brien and Graham Murphy at The Production Suite Dublin and mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering Limerick.
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Lemonade Marinade are a collection of musical friends including David Dee Moore, 'The Henry Family Band' (Colin, Janet and James Henry), Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby, Brian McAteer, Nick Scott and Fintan Hanley. Their first song ‘Venus and Me’ was written by David Dee Moore in Westport and recorded all over Ireland in lockdown, All proceeds are going to Pieta House, Preventing Suicide and Self Harm. It's a song about mental health awareness, solitude and nocturnal beauty.