CIARAN LAVERY

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He may wield an acoustic guitar and write achingly beautiful universal truths, but Ciaran Lavery couldn’t be further from the sensitive singer-songwriter archetype.

The exciting talent from the tiny village of Aghagallon in County Antrim has his own singular sound, one that assimilates myriad influences from Americana to hip-hop, articulated in a grainy delivery with a deep soul impulse over processed beats and sumptuous strings. It’s all there on his second album, LET BAD IN , the eclectic, absorbing follow-up to 2013’s Not Nearly Dark and Lavery’s first on that barometer of cool, Believe Recordings, the alma mater of Asian Dub Foundation, Public Service Broadcasting and James Vincent McMorrow. “Nobody wants to be pigeonholed,” says Lavery