Peter M. Smith & Bloody Mary

Drimnagh, County Dublin

Peter M. Smith & Bloody Mary

“Straight Out of Dublin, Ireland, Like a mix of Phil Lynott and Queen”

Whatever they’re putting in the water in the land of green, Peter M. Smith has been drinking it in abundance. Set to follow in the footsteps of fellow Irish rock greats with coming singles “Rockstar” and “Speak No Evil”, Peter M. Smith has already conquered the history‐laden heights the Irish rock charts with his No.1, alt‐rock cover of Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart”.

Combining influences ranging from Ireland’s own Thin Lizzy to Queen, Prince and Metallica, Barcelona‐based Smith echos a rich multitude of rock royalty with his own future rock classic Album “Upon this Rock”, out now. Seeping with gritty swagger from the get go, Peter’s Music sets its sights at the very top with Smith boasting the kind of stomping attitude, shattering guitars, pounding drums and anthemic vocal hooks fit for stadia and arenas.

Not being content with a No.1 single across all Irish digital platforms with the cultured rock rendition of “Love Will Tear Us Apart” (Released in Support of the 2015 Marriage Equality Referendum Yes Campaign) and the further chart success with “Ireland Laid Bare”, a compilation album co-produced by Smith featuring 16 of Ireland’s top artists, Peter M. Smith is primed to make 2019 his springboard towards the rock hall of fame with his recent signing to Lonely Child Records.

Watch the video for “Speak No Evil” here:

Watch the video for “Rockstar” here:

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