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Indie Pulse Music reviews “Alien”

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Here’s an extract from Indie Pulse Music‘s review of my new single, “Alien”:

“The song “Alien” has a misty and hypnotic quality, quite mesmerizing and yet, there is sadness to it as well, like falling in love yet knowing it will end far too soon, yet doing it all anyway, like moving into a ghost town and hoping for company. It is both beautiful and melancholy simultaneously. This amazing piece is available for download at his website and anyone can download it for free

(Joseph Timmons, Indie Pulse Music)

You can read the full review here.

“Alien” is out now!

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My new single “Alien” is out now!

You can download it for free here.

Simply right-click on the link above and select “Save link as…”

I hope you like it ❤️

Tony Clayton-Lea tweets!

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Well, this is lovely!

Tony Clayton-Lea, legendary Irish music critic, appears to have given my new single the thumbs up.

I am deliera and exciera!


Nialler9 features “Alien”

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In a piece entitled, “8 new Irish songs you should hear this week”, the renowned music website Nialler9 features my new song, “Alien”.

What a thrill!

Here’s the article: 8 new Irish songs you should hear this week


“Alien” – the video

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Here’s the video for my new single, “Alien”.

The song will be available to download from 1 February.

I hope you like it ❤️



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My new single “Alien” will be released on 1 February.

I can’t wait to share it with you!


Coming Soon

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Pure M reviews “Right”

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Dave Simpson, of the music magazine Pure M, has reviewed my single “Right”. Here’s an excerpt:

“The affable four and a half minute offering is introduced through some soft but stirring electronics before an enticingly soothing serenade steps into the spotlight at the start of the serene first stanza. The ambience remains mellow and moving as the whole thing drifts gently in the direction of a wonderfully warm yet resonant chorus at the end of the opening minute.”

“This is succeeded by an introspective second verse full of friendly music and pleasant singing, all of which paves the way to a remarkably ethereal instrumental exhibition about three quarters of the way through. One last volley of vibrant vocals follows from here, setting the scene for a superbly powerful symphonic finish. The result is an incredibly commanding but cordial electro-pop piece that lives up to the high standard set by its predecessors. You can investigate “Right” for yourself on Furlong’s official website now, where it’s also available as a free download.”

You can read the full review here.

Remy reviews “Right”

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Here’s an excerpt of a review of my new single, from music review website, Remy:

“Last week Furlong released his latest single, ‘Right’, the first thing that struck me was how his vocal reminded me of Mercury Rev’s Jonathan Donahue, but also, in conjunction with the music, ‘Right’ led me to recall Moby’s ‘God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters’ from his 1995 album, Everything Is Wrong. As the track progresses you cease to notice Furlong’s vocal, and this is a good thing, if that makes sense, you have been so subsumed by the entire soundscape he has created that his voice becomes a guiding whisper in the far distance. I get the sense that he has a full box of tricks he’s just waiting to unleash on us.”
(Remy Connolly, Remy)

Read the full review here: Single: Conor Furlong – Right