In his first release since his 2015 album 'The Revolution', Fiach Moriarty takes a new turn in his songwriting journey, echoing the sounds of the Roaring 20's with 'Everything Will Rhyme'.
Fiach has spent the past year touring Ireland and Europe as a member of groundbreaking nouveau trad acts ALDOC and Beoga.
It is Fiach's songwriting talents that has earned him invitations to collaborate with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Paul Brady, Declan O'Rourke and Eddi Reader and appear as host and musician in the TV3 6-part musical travel show 'Jingle Jangle' alongside Fiachna Ó Braonáin (Hothouse Flowers) and Jim Lockhart (Horslips).
In the past year, Fiach has recorded with Damien Dempsey, Duke Special, Mundy, Steve Wall, Julie Feeney, Una Healy, Brian Kennedy, John Sheahan (Dubliners), Paddy Moloney (Chieftains), Ulaid, David Geraghty (Bell X1) and appeared on 'Other Voices' with the Grammy-nominated Beoga.
He has previously released two albums; 'So i' and 'The Revolution'.
"Fiach Moriarty is unusual ...sort of what might ensue if Billy Bragg wrote lyrics for Jeff Lynne's (E.L.O.) music."
- Hot Press
"Moriarty has mastered a mysterious kind of magic which turns his musical orchestration into a time machine"
- Irish Echo
'Fiach Moriarty is one of Ireland's most talented singer-songwriters with a musical sophistication rare in the genre'
- Paul Brady
"I was rendered speechless by his voice and songwriting... Lyrically and musically he is one of the best singer/songwriters around."
- Chris White (The Zombies)