Farah Elle’s name has been at the top of the Irish music industry’s watch list since she graduated BIMM Dublin in 2016. The video of her graduation performance of original song ‘Silk’ has been viewed over 10,000 times on YouTube, showing the appetite that exists for this one-of-a-kind artist to release music.
She has been a sought-after live performer and collaborator ever since, performing at prestigious venues and festivals including Vicar Street, The Sugar Club, Electric Picnic and All Together Now.
On Fatima, Farah Elle’s powerful cadence is a commanding force amongst the instantly captivating cinematic soundscapes. She makes timeless music with a modern edge, reminiscent of Tori Amos, Kate Bush, Kimbra and Aṣa.
Fatima, named after her mother, Farah explores themes of displacement, identity and culture as well as celebrating nature, love and friendship on an album that Farah describes as a “coming of age record,” one across which she hears herself “unfolding in the songs.”
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