NEW MUSIC: Ivy Nations ‘Live By Design’

Ivy Nations have had quite the summer following the release of their third single “Live By Design” last spring. It received national airplay, they dominated the Irish festival scene with performances at Sea Sessions, Indiependence and the main stage of Castlepalooza, their debut music video premiered on UK blog ‘London on the Inside’ and they traveled to London for their first ever overseas headline show.
Now they return with a live video of their latest single, filmed in Station Studios Dublin. It’s the first in what will be a three-part mini series in which the band perform some of their favourite songs to play live.

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Ivy Nations Interview

All the way from Dublin in Ireland is Ivy Nations an indie rock group comprising of longtime friends Darragh and Brian (guitars), along with Joe on vocals and Paul on drums. They return with a great new single ‘You Are The Centre Of Me’Ivy-Nations-You-Are-the-Centre-of-Me-cover

Joe speaks exclusively to Brian Peel on JOY 94.9 in their first ever international radio interview! This special podcast interview features extra bonus content that did not air on the show. Join Brian and Joe for a look into the group that is Ivy Nations!

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Download the full Ivy Nations interview via iTunes!

New Music: Ivy Nations ‘You Are The Centre Of Me’

Whether is was before or after Ivy Nations decided they were going to mix guitar driven hooks with honey sweet melodies and pulsating indie electronic beats that they booked a very early gig in which the owner of the coffee shop/library/anti-rock n roll and/or fun establishment politely insisted they stop making that noise and get off stage is unknown. What is known is that only a fool would ask that music this good stop. It seems they thought Joan Baez and James Taylor were coming to duet on some Bread covers, or something.   Continue reading New Music: Ivy Nations ‘You Are The Centre Of Me’