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Featured: Barbara Craig is making a meaningful impact in the music world!

2022 is set to be another big year for the ambitious Irish artist.

Barbara Craig

Barbara Craig is breathing new life into the pop music world with her elaborate productions and deeply poetic lyricism.  The Dublin-born artist first gained acclaim as a contemporary composer, turning heads with her unique orchestrations.  Since evolving into a futuristic pop artist, she has seen her profile rise significantly, earning praise from Billboard, MTV, and countless listeners.  Now, with the release of the most compelling music of her still-young career, Barbara finds herself on the verge of an international breakthrough.

Barbara’s sound expertly blends classical influences with a distinctly modern aesthetic. The result is a futuristic, electro-pop style that serves as the perfect backdrop for her insightful observations.  As a songwriter, she is tuned directly in with the times, speaking about the tumultuous issues that have shaken us all with rare grace and candor. Ultimately, her songs create a sense of catharsis, and a lasting bond between artist and listener.

The singles ‘Air That We Breathe’ and ‘I’ll Notice You’ were the catalyst behind Barbara’s breakthrough year in 2020.  The former, a haunting ballad dedicated to lives lost to Covid-19, is a perfect example of the empathy that pervades Barbara’s best work.  The latter, on the other hand, showcases her gift for uplifting melodies and soaring soundscapes.

2022 is set to be another big year for the ambitious Irish artist. The single ‘So Close’ has begun to gather steam, and she has several more releases in the works. With new music scheduled for this year and beyond, Barbara is on her way to making a meaningful impact in the music world.

Her new single ‘So Close’ is set to release on 27 May at 0.00 GMT on major music streaming platforms and is currently available for pre-release.

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