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Sinéad Harnett (Thairish Limited/The Orchard)
2/4/21

WHAT IT IS: Lauded for her intoxicating blend of soul and R&B, North London native Sinéad Harnett is the daughter of a Thai mother and Irish father, and her music is a reflection of this melting pot. Her debut album, 2019’s Lessons in Love, yielded the breakout single “If You Let Me”—which has surpassed 70m streams on Spotify alone—and the singer/songwriter’s is now gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album. The 2021 project from this rising star includes collaborations with EARTHGANG, Masego, VanJess and more.
ALBUM: TBD
SINGLE: “Stickin’” f/Masego & VanJess
LIVE: Sold out rooms in London, N.Y., Calif., D.C. and more; set to embark on a U.S and European tour to promote her sophomore album
INTERNET: 320m+ global career streams; 2m+ monthly Spotify listeners; 70m+ streams on Apple Music
PRESS: Complex (“Seemingly every two or three years, the U.K. music industry births a new chanteuse with globe-worthy vocals. Now though all eyes are on Sinead Harnett”), Fader, Nylon, HYPEBEAST, Ones to Watch
BOOKING: Kevin Jergenson/ICM
PUBLISHING: Warner Chappell Music
MANAGEMENT: Courtney Stewart/Right Hand Co.