Sick Love “Don’t Wait”
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Sick Love “Don’t Wait”


Sick Love, led by frontwoman Rebecca Geary alongside Conor McLoughlin, Sean O’Connor and Cormac O’Neill, draw inspiration from the likes of Paramore, Blondie, No Doubt, Hole and Garbage, as well as pop influences like MARINA and Haim, through to hip-hop artists like Cardi B. The group spent the last two years writing and producing their first full-length record, having developed significant early progress with the release of their initial series of singles in 2023 which received strong DSP and critical support.

Scheduled for a 3rd May 2024 release on Paragon Records, they recorded and produced the album in a farm cottage in Ireland, pushing the boundaries creatively and sonically. The result is an album that feels authentic and true to the heart of who Sick Love is.

The band made their name initially via opening slots for We Are Scientists, Dashboard Confessional and Crazy Town, by playing Dr Marten’s Boot Room in London, Other Voices, The Great Estate Festival, Camden Rocks, Electric Picnic, Indiependence and a sold-out London headline in The Dublin Castle, London. The band have recently been snapped up by legendary rock brand Marshall for live bookings representation.

Bolstered by their single “Gun In Your Pocket” which featured on the hit TV show “The Young Offenders”, they released their highly praised EP “Baby It’s You”, which saw the band receive significant UK & Irish radio support and secured several major Spotify editorial playlists including New Music Friday UK, Hot New Bands, The Rock List and the hugely sought after ‘Walk Like A BadAss’.

Holly, Sucka, Orbit and Ricochet are the 4 intoxicating pop/rock singles released so far from the album on the band’s label partner Paragon (distributed by indie champions Fuga) and they each continue to garner major editorial support across Spotify, Apple, European Radio and numerous other tastemaker outlets internationally.

‘Don’t Wait is about realising that you’ve finally moved on from that person who broke your heart, and they no longer take up space in your head. When you realise that it wasn’t meant to be and you’ve stopped holding on to what might have been, you can finally let yourself be free.’

-Official bio

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