The Soundtrack to Ireland's Future Part 3: CMAT, Celaviedmai, Beauty Sleep, Beyond the Wash, Fears

The Soundtrack to Ireland's Future Part 3: CMAT, Celaviedmai, Beauty Sleep, Beyond the Wash, Fears

Saturday, 13 March 2021, 9.00pm

The Soundtrack To Ireland’s Future will showcase an eclectic lineup of 39 emerging artists from all corners of Ireland on stage at Lost Lane across St. Patrick’s Festival weekend. Brought to you by First Music Contact.

CMAT - In her own words, she’s a ‘singer, dancer, social media maverick, country heure and bimbo troubadour’. Now CMAT is making waves in the Dublin pop scene.

Celaviedmai is a Galway rapper who is becoming one of the most influential and most recognised names in Irish music industry and internationally after features from global platforms like Vice, Notion and New York Times. She opened up for well known artists such as Lil Wayne, Mac Miller, Hoodie Allen, Tinchy Stryder, Sneakbo, Section boyz, Jimothy Lacoste and recently Jafaris.

Beauty Sleep have earned a stellar reputation for crafting vibrant synth- driven pop music thanks to previous single releases like ‘Until We See The Sun’ and ‘All In’. Flushed with golden vocal harmonies, dazzling synths and earworm hooks. ‘Be Kind’ was a huge step in Beauty Sleep’s blossoming career.

Beyond the Wash is an alt-pop artist from Cork, Ireland known for combining explosive energy with a lyrical sensitivity.

Fears is Irish artist, musician and producer Constance Keane. Combining reflective electronics, acoustic samples, and haunting vocals with organic visuals. Fears invites the listener on an ethereal journey, blurring the boundaries between music and visual art.

All St Patrick’s Festival events can be viewed on SPF TV on the festival’s website:

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