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Dubh Lee

Indie // Dublin // she/her

Dubh Lee is an Irish guitarist and singer-songwriter who emerged on the Dublin music scene in 2018 with her lively residency in The International Bar and has since entertained countless audiences across Ireland. With wide-ranging influences from folk, blues and rock and an unadorned, honest vocal style she writes songs that examine excess, ennui, heartache and womanhood.

Dubh Lee has performed at festivals and events such as the Ruby Sessions, Electric Picnic, Fuinneamh and the Rory Gallagher festival in Ballyshannon as well as intimate shows opening for acts such as Jack Lukeman, Jerry Fish and Bagatelle. She supported jazz band Jimmy’s Cousin on their Irish tour, which included performances in The Set Theatre in Kilkenny, Dolan’s in Limerick and The Sugar Club in Dublin. Not afraid of experimenting with genre, Dubh Lee’s vocals have featured on the tracks of hip-hop and drum’n’bass artists and her live shows are dynamic, with gentle acoustic tunes building up to intense, electric-guitar driven bangers to get the crowd jumping. In 2020 she released Carousel, a bluesrock stomper with a psychedelic music video and themes of debauchery and despair.

Dubh Lee’s debut EP, Animals and Friends, will be released on 28th April 2023 preceded by two singles. The first of these, Low Again, came out on all streaming platforms on February 24th 2023. The 4-track EP explores the artist’s internalized misogyny and romantic misadventures, with old and new sonic influences such as Aldous Harding and The Band. The release will be accompanied by an acoustic Irish tour, with 10 shows across multiple counties in March and April.

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