Brí is an Irish singer-songwriter based in Dublin. During her time singing with The Ink-lings, they won the King Kong competition prize of playing Whelan's main stage, supported acts such as David Keenan, and were selected to play 'The Black Door Showcase' as some of Dublin's best up-and-coming artists. After breaking away as a solo artist, Brí was a finalist in the Kilybegs Songwriting Competition, has released her debut single 'Low Supply', recently making her debut at The Ruby Sessions, and is set for a busy summer including headlining Whelan's and playing at RiverFest alongside acts such as Hudson Taylor and Chasing Abbey.
According to Brí, 'Low Supply', recorded by Asta Kalapa studios "explores the unfairness felt when someone is depleting you of energy but it is also about coming to a point of change and learning to let go." Featuring Aidan Mulloy on electric guitar, the single quickly gained traction, receiving praise from press such as RTE Radio 1, Radio Nova, Hot Press and joe.ie prior to its release.
Inspired by haunting vocals and heartfelt lyrics from artists such as Birdy, Laura Marling, Lisa Hannigan and Gabrielle Aplin, Brí's songwriting draws on personal experience; "For me, songwriting is having something difficult happen, and turning it into something beautiful instead. It's sharing something real and meaningful so that we all feel a little less alone."