Formed in the depths of a Pandemic, BIG LOVE used this time to write & rehearse tirelessly.
The Dublin band emerged with a knockout debut single in ‘Lily’ along with a fully formed, dangerous and dramatic live show.
Released in 2021, ‘Lily’ received wide critical acclaim. The song spent three weeks on the RTE recommends list and was played countrywide on national radio.
The alternative indie rock outfit followed the debut release with singles ‘i hope you sleep tonight’ and ‘Sirens’ to more fanfare and acclaim.
BIG LOVE’s first live performance was to a sold out crowd of adoring fans in the Workman’s club.
Since then the band have proven themselves as one of the most exciting live acts on the Irish music scene.
The excitement around their live show and unique sound continues to build momentum, resulting in big opportunities.
In 2021, BIG LOVE worked with musical director and arranger Kenneth Rice and his orchestra for a live session in Windmill Lane as part of the Live Performance Support Scheme offered by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. Premiering on YouTube, the show has been viewed by 15 thousand people.
Later that year BIG LOVE performed in St. Patrick's Cathedral as part of ‘The Busk’ documentary at Christmas, premiering on YouTube to 75 thousand people.
The momentum gathered has culminated in headline shows in Whelan’s, The Grand Social and Monroe’s in Galway along with appearances at festivals countrywide including Sult Festival and Doolin folk festival.
BIG LOVE have recently found a match in London based producer Matt Glasbey and have decided to take the time to record their debut album with release eyed for 2024.