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Pop // Dublin, Dublin // She/Her

Baba was born deep down inside the earth where she saw beauty and horror, magic and love.
When she really opened her eyes all she could feel was music. This music, her song, this is her truth should you wish to inhale.

Not all people are born artists but not all people are Baba.

Siobhan Lynch aka Baba is more than a singer – songwriter, more than a poet, more than a visual artist. Baba lives her art every day, with every fibre of her being. She is a truly exceptional creative.

Since bursting onto the Irish music scene in 2018, Baba’s unique, soulful voice, eclectic songwriting and captivating live shows have placed her as one not to miss.

Baba’s live appearances across Ireland including The Electric Picnic and Castlepalooza have left audiences in the palm of her hand, calling for more.

2021 got off to an incredible start for BABA. In March it was announced that her second single, ‘I, Defy’ was included on the 2nd edition of 100% Her curated by Universal Production Music. The album was released on International Women’s Day (8th March 2021) and showcases contemporary songs written exclusively by women.

The album was Mixed by Olga Fitzroy (Dua Lipa, Coldplay, Peter Gabriel, Hanz Zimmer) and Mastered by Katie Tavini (Ash, Arlo Parks, Nadine Shah)

The ongoing project underscores Universal Production Music’s focus on working to increase the number of women in production music and champions the huge contributions made by women in the industry.

BABA releases her new single ‘Truth’ on June 8 2023.

”Truth’ was co- written and produced by Enda Gallery and is being released through the ‘Welcome To The New World’ record label.

“Truth” is a deeply personal song that explores themes of self-discovery, self-acceptance, resilience and embracing one’s truth as a path to freedom. Baba shares, “I wrote Truth after a particularly tumultuous time in my life, when both my physical and mental health was suffering.

The song is supposed to take you on a journey, introspective and sometimes dark lyrics are set against a pop music bed with driving drums and upbeat brass, accumulating in an anthemic outro which expresses a sense of survival, resilience, and a feeling of hope for the future.

The song’s upbeat brass and driving drums are paired with Baba’s soulful voice and introspective lyrics, resulting in a powerful and inspiring track that will resonate with listeners.

With a string of singles under her belt, Siobhan Lynch has given her audience a glimpse of her exceptional talent.

Baba is currently in songwriting mode and in the studio, working hard on the next single with producer Enda Gallery.

Auditory delights await.

“Easily one of the best vocalists in the country right now”– Remy Music & Film Blog

“original, strong writing with an instantly recognisable, timeless voice”