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Mick Flannery & Susan O’Neil: In The Game


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With Support by John Blek

In a first for multi-platinum artist Mick Flannery, he and Irish newcomer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Susan O’Neill have come together on a collaboration album In The Game.

In The Game is a themed collection of songs about a couple coming together and falling apart, a journey familiar to most. The highs and lows of the game of love, that raw space that the human condition can leave one most vulnerable. This record is as nostalgic as it is a fresh wound, it’s so familiar yet a stranger. 14 songs in a timeless capsule, the songs on In The Game will resonate for a long time after.  The album was written and recorded over the summer of 2020 during lockdown, between Cork and Los Angeles.  Produced ‘virtually’ by LA based, Australian producer Tony Buchen (Courtney Barnett, Smashing Pumpkins, Tim Finn), and featuring musicians from both Ireland and America.

★★★★ Two stars are reborn  The Irish Times

9/10 Electrifying energy  Hot Press

★★★★ Exquisite  Sunday Business Post

Seductive, beautiful crafted album  The Sunday Times

★★★★..his gravelly tones and her soulful vocals are a perfect match  Mail on Sunday (Album of the week)

 ★★★★ It’s been a long long time since a record like this has come around  The Independent

The most beautiful duet album to be released this year  Heaven Magazine

Album of the week RTÉ Radio

★★★★ Overwhelmingly beautiful and pure.  Written in Music

Think an Irish gothic take on Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra – or Nick and Kylie’s Where The Wild Roses Grow with a dash of Flann O’Brien  The Irish Examiner

Seductive, beautiful crafted album”   The Sunday Times