Out now from Dublin’s Keeley: ‘The Glitter and the Glue’ is a strong indiepop debut on the Dimple Discs label (founded by Damian O’Neill of The Undertones).
The songs delves into the unsolved murder of Inga-Maria Hauser, a German tourist, who went missing in Northern Ireland in 1988. For the past five years, the band’s frontwoman and songwriter Keeley has been publishing a blog with a devoted global following – The Keeley Chronicles.
“Inga is the subject of everything I write. From the moment I first read about her exactly five years ago now, her cause became a burning obsession for me. Since that day I haven’t written a song about anyone or anything else… I consider myself a concept artist and my purpose is to give Inga a voice”.