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The Dubliner has gone from homelessness in London, doing open mics night after night, to supporting artists such as Pete Doherty, Damien Rice, Gabrielle Aplin, The Fratellis; taking his skills from street to stage and working hard to make a name for himself.
His debut EP Good Boy was released in 2015, with the title track reaching millions of streams, with extensive support from BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac and XFM’s John Kennedy.
He returned to studio in October 2015 recording a second EP Textile Baby, a very different sound which was produced by Iestyn Polson, who previously worked with Patti Smith and on David Gray's White Ladder. It was released with positive reviews except for the video, some calling it "the most pretentious thing they've ever seen". According to him, it was "character exploration, based off a painter [he] knew at the time. We shot it in his house, it was a very cloudy time though... There was an enormous amount of weed consumption."
He since released two singles "Fever" (about his addictions and the ones of his close friends who had heavy crack, meth and heroin addictions) and "Technicolour". He also self published a book of poetry. During this time period, he was drinking heavily and was again homeless.
Painting served as a cure, and he was quickly back on the rails. His first exhibition, a joint one with his girlfriend and fellow artist Anne Laure Lacan received positive reviews.
He's quit drinking since and lives in East London with his girlfriend.

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