Upstairs at Whelan's, Dublin.

Saturday 10th July 2021.
Tickets €10 Incl. booking fee.
Doors 8pm | Over 18's | ID Required

Hailing from her native Dublin, FiCat’s musical creativity has taken her on an amazing journey. Recording in Nashville in 2011 allowed her to showcase her ability to infuse storytelling with succinct melodies. This ability led her to become lead singer of Irish pop outfit ‘Toy Soldier’, earning acclaim for her "soaring yet delicate" voice (GoldenPlec).

After relocating to Berlin in 2015, FiCat discovered a darker edge to her lyrical and recording style as the frontwoman and co-writer with the post-grunge band ‘Coma 54’. While in Berlin, FiCat wrote top-line melodies for an international advertising agency. Her catchy jingles can be heard in advertisements for some of the worlds leading brands such as Coca-Cola, Toyota and Pantene.​

This exciting life journey from Nashville to Berlin and back to Dublin has given FiCat the inspiration to launch her brand new electro/melodic sound. FiCat has paired up with Irish based producer Diffly on her new single.​

‘All My Love’ is a summer-drenched anthem that instantly evokes memories of your favourite music festival or that beach holiday we are all missing. Over an energetic, driving melody, the track's lyrics touch on themes of trust, love, celebrations and reunions. The song is the perfect antidote to darker times and is sure to bring the people together this summer!

With more infectious tracks up her sleeve, 2020 looks likely to be a big year for FiCat.

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  • Venue: Whelans
  • Date: Sat 10/07/21
  • Time: 8:00 pm
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