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Darcy Faith

Pop // Dublin , Dublin

Darcy Faith is a songwriter and recording artist from Ireland who burst her way into the Irish Music Scene in 2018 with her debut single Casual.

She joined Chasing Abbey on two of their Irish tours, bringing an energetic, engaging show to some of Ireland's greatest venues, including The Olympia Theatre in Dublin.

Having received an overwhelming reaction to her debut single, reaching 100,000 streams within the first 8 weeks of its release. She released her second single 'Breathe' in June 2019, which took her music in a more atmospheric direction and showcased her dynamic voice.

Darcy released a four-track EP called 'Self-Medicated' in March 2024. This project comprises her previously released single ‘Bubbles’, followed by three tracks that vulnerably takes us through a journey of lust, heartbreak, self-sabotage, and self-love. The unpredictable, yet cohesive musicality of the project showcases the maturity and growth of Darcy’s songwriting and incorporates genre bending production and vocals.

You can find all of Darcy's music on all music and streaming platforms.

Contact: [email protected]


- Featured as Today FM's Woman Crush Wednesday on Lost in Music, with Ed Smith.
- 'Casual' added to Spotify playlist 'The Edge of House"

- 'Casual' featured on Lost in Music's Play Irish Artists 2018 Spotify playlist by Today FM

"Darcy Faith, definitely one to watch." - UCC Express

"Watch out for her she's got a massive, massive future" - Ed Smith, Today FM

"This song has a slick feel pop feel" - Kate Brennan-Harding, Today FM

"She is fierce... Darcy Faith, remember her" - iRadio

"Darcy Faith is going places, a name to take note of" - Offaly Express

"A seductive and intriguing track,’ HOTC’ comes off of Darcy Faith’s latest EP Self Medicated. Featuring stealthy drum playing, a fuzzy bass line and a full bodied harmony chorus, ‘HOTC’ is a must listen this Friday. A song about mental health in the modern day and age, ‘HOTC’ has a surprisingly big sound for an indie artist. ‘HOTC’ makes best use of Faith’s apathetic vocals, which are suitably paired back to allow other sonic elements shine." - Hot Press