Anamoe Drive is the solo moniker of Dublin based songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Oisín Leahy Furlong.
Fresh off the heels of the debut singles Goodbye & Goodluck and Out Like a Light gaining fanfare and multiple plays on KEXP, BBC and RTE on home soil – Anamoe Drive have just announced the debut album Breakfast in Bed on Faction Records (James Vincent McMorrow, Sorcha Richardson).
With influences ranging from Big Thief to Mount Eerie, or Sparklehorse to Bright Eyes, Anamoe Drive brings a fresh perspective to indie folk, and is a testament to the artist’s ability to craft emotionally charged, introspective songs that leave a lasting impact.
The “Breakfast in Bed” LP due March 8th is a breakup album told in 3 parts. The non-linear narrative flits between the throes of heartbreak to the bliss of new love, from the depths of loneliness, to the slow dissipating of these feelings in the rearview mirror. The album’s title reflects different meanings depending on which song you view it through – from a kind gesture, to a lonely act, to the masticating of these themes in solitude. It also doubles as the place where most of these songs were written – perched on a bed, the morning after the night before, recapping these events in song.