David Lally was raised on the West Coast of Ireland in an ancient, museum/gallery/cave, surrounded by wet farm fields. He has written all his life, drawing on a youth surrounded by colour, noise, front-lawn-camping tourists, multiple relations, neighbours, madpoets, Western holidays and miscellaneous randoms. FLOGGING LALLY Lally has traveled across America, living in tents, cabins, cars and couches looking for Jack Kerouac. Time spent in London, Dublin, Paris, India and Berlin along the way provides the fuel that still drives his writing today. Over the past six years, he has played countless shows including gigs with the likes of Sara Watkins from Nickel Creek and Matt Hensley from Flogging Molly. FOLKTRONIC "My siblings' Led Zeppelin, The Police, Roy Orbison and miscellaneous "Chart" records... all part of what spun in my head growing up. There was always music at home. Mum plays piano, and 3 classical guitars sort of wandered around the house. I'm interested in fusion - vocals, guitar, and electronica. My songs tend to have a percussive backbeat from the way I play guitar. It has a kind of trance effect on me when I am playing for myself.' RADIODEAD In 2005, he released "OftenOne" Ongoing gigs have further showcased his powerful songs nationwide. Described as a "union of Jeff Buckley, David Gray and Massive Attack", his music wants to stop you in your tracks. His new CD does just that.