“There is a whole country ready to fall in love with this music”, “great voice”, “very deep thought provoking lyrics” (Edel Dooley, Beat FM)
“What a voice!” (Eve Blair, BBC Radio Ulster)
“Delightfully styled…sweet and sentimental yet made up of substance and reckoning” (U&I Music Magazine)
"So unassuming…could really get under your skin” (Donna Legge, BBC Radio Ulster)
Dave’s unique mix of intimate indie folk and dreampop continues to attract an avid international following of thousands. His profile has been boosted thanks to some of his own musical heroes. James Taylor recently endorsed Dave’s version of “You Can Close Your Eyes” on social media. Feist gave Dave the chance to showcase his music at her concert in the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. A recent cover of St. Vincent’s “Slow Disco” has been watched over 1 million times on social media receiving over 30 thousand reactions and shares.
As well as performing at the Longitude Festival, Dave has had the privilege of headlining the esteemed Ruby Sessions, and performing in leading Irish venues such as NCH, Whelan’s and The Sugar Club.
Dave’s music has featured on radio both nationally and internationally on stations such as RTÉ Radio 1, BBC, Newstalk FM, Radio Nova, FM 104, Dublin City FM, KCLR 96FM, Shannonside FM, RTE 2XM, Galway Bay FM, Carlow FM, Flirt FM and PLAYIRISH RADIO.
A former winner of the all-Ireland Slógadh music competition, Dave Thomas O’Gorman continued his musical journey with a series of solo EPs, a commercial album release with Square Revolution and live performances all over Ireland and beyond.
Dave has a Master’s Degree in Music & Media Technologies from Trinity College Dublin, and he also studied Music Production for Video Games & Film at Griffith College and Pulse College, Windmill Lane.
“An emotive soundscape…pretty gorgeous musically” (Remy’s Music & Film)