Paddy Hanna has always wanted to look a little further, to push his music into places seldom ventured.
New album 'Frankly I Mutate' arrives on March 2nd, a record completed mere days before the studio it was constructed in was demolished.
Produced by Daniel Fox of Girl Band, it's a demanding, honest, yet also incredibly humane listen, driven by the Irish artist's desire to be true to himself.
An album of unexpected flourishes and searing emotion, 'Frankly I Mutate' surprises and engages at every turn.
New sing 'Toulouse The Kisser' is online now, a salute to the French painter Toulouse-Lautrec who immersed himself in the splendour of Parisian bohemia in the late 19th century.
The playfully surreal video is shot in black and white, the sepia tones reflecting the classicism within Paddy Hanna's own work.
Simple yet hugely effective, you can check it out below.
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