Absorb Yourself In The Husky Intimacy Of Marc O'Reilly's 'Fallen'
The most precious artistic commodity available is authenticity; nothing validates the expression of creative energy more profoundly than the observer's acceptance that what has been offered has been given without resort to artifice or pretence. For Irish singer Marc O'Reilly, authenticity of expression is the artistic currency in which he so effortlessly trades: empathetic, insightful, profound, sensitive and thoughtful, he instinctively dwells in a lyrical world of introspective confessions and knowingly observed vulnerabilities to craft songs that are touchingly heart-felt in their emotively evocative honesty.
Possessing a voice that is a remarkable blend of hushed intimacy, husky soulfulness and tender falsetto, he has an intuitive ability to absorb the listener through the truly authentic articulation of genuine emotion; whether acoustic subtleties or soulful exclamation, O'Reilly never fails to draw the listener in. Currently showcasing his talents on tour in Europe - and as he looks forward to his autumn tour of the U.K. - here he shows just why the term 'authentic' is rightfully ascribed to his artistry with a moving performance of 'Fallen'.