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Soul // killaloe, Clare // she/her

Selected as one of District Magazine’s Future Of Irish Music 2023 artists (alongside the likes of Curtisy, Moio and Qbanaa), DeCarteret is a short lady from County Clare Ireland, who likes to make lo-fi beats and classical music. Sometimes she makes other things such as neo-soul, jazz and R&B and sometimes she draws too. Sometimes she dances but she’s not great at it, she misses the countryside and her favourite colours are brown, blue, green, purple (she can never decide).

Having released her debut EP last year - a record themed around the good and bad side of childhood reminiscences – she now introduces you to her world in 2024 with the first single off her upcoming project. Produced by Chameleon (aka Matthew Harris), ‘MYAEROPLANE’ explores themes of exhaustion and grief through a track that sounds like the love child of Saya Gray and Billie Eilish. DeCarteret’s original roots in neo-soul and R&B are evident alongside a new set of influences, taking her in a dramatic direction.

“This song scratches a part of my brain i didn’t know needed itching”, she says. “Like stepping on crunchy leaves or the feeling of fresh sheets. It’s satisfying af. Me and Matthew had loads of fun putting it together”. DeCarteret will release a number of singles across the year, collaborating with artists and producers to be revealed.

The singer's releases to date have featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday UK, Our Generation, Jazz UK, A Breath of Fresh Eire, Alternative Ireland and The New Eire, with media support from BBC Radio 1, RTE2FM, Nialler9, Hot Press and Golden Plec. DeCarteret likes apples, mangoes, oranges and other fruit. She likes to swim and walk but doesn’t like to run.

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