Born up in Ireland, Andrew Hozier-Byrne has art and music in his blood. With a blues-guitarist father and a prolific artist for a mother, his path seemed almost predestined.
Hozier’s breakthrough came in 2013, with the EP Take Me to Church. A bubbling cauldron of blues, gospel and taut lyrics, it gained immediate attention on its release. While songs such as Jack Boot Jump and Work Song channel his blues influences, the likes of Someone New and Cherry Wine reveal a more sensitive side.
Whether he’s howling about the frustration of lost love or tenderly picking apart the wreckage of domestic violence, there’s no doubting Hozier’s sincerity. Wasteland, Baby is a prime example of a crowd-pleaser, shot through with powerful sentiment.
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