New single by Cork musician Ducksy

New single by Cork musician Ducksy

David "Ducksy" Moynihan

Cork musician Ducksy has just released his latest single-“Twisted Love” A catchy piece of melodic pop, it is a perfect showcase for his distinctive voice and brand new musical sound.

David “Ducksy” Moynihan is gradually becoming one of the most exciting acts in today’s music scene. Born in the picturesque village of Carrigrohane in County Cork, Ireland, David’s imaginative performances and inventive arrangements bring an engaging and deeply touching sensibility to many of his songs.

 His first album The Echoing Refrain (released 2012) was a promising debut that investigated the troubles of everyday life and how best to overcome them. A critical success, this song- cycle revealed Ducksy’s love of wisdom, wit and character and his desire to create a modern contemporary sound which was reminiscent of artists such as John Lennon, Gilbert O’ Sullivan and Jim Croce.

“Twisted Love” effectively highlights Ducksy’s new musical direction. Inspired by classic power pop songs of the 1970s-like Nick Lowe’s “Cruel To Be Kind”-the track signals yet another radical departure from the sparse, stripped-down nature of his earlier work.

 Recorded in Rebel Recordings Studio in Cork City, the single also features the talents of Karl Lapot on bass, Evin O’ Reilly on drums and producer Eoin Hayes on percussion. As well as lead and harmony vocals, Ducksy contributes 12- string and electric guitar, piano and organ.

 To watch a special ‘behind the scenes’ video click here.

 To find out more about Ducksy, please visit his website.

 To contact Rebel Recording, please go to:


Published on 23 January 2017

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