Dublin-born Eoin Glackin will release his new album Fires of Innocence on 28th September 2018.
The singer-songwriter has unveiled High King Falls as the project’s lead single. Talking about the track Glackin says, “there is no one way, one opinion, one universal identity that’s right and this song is about that realisation and challenging yourself to find your own truths.”
For Fires of Innocence, Glackin worked with legendary Irish producer Karl Odlum (Mic Christopher) and was inspired by the greats such as Johnny Cash and contemporary artists such as Beck.
The album features raw tracks such as Hold the Line, which Glackin says is about, “looking for a voice through the static, a connection to pull you through the haze. Putting down the phone and going for a walk with someone who matters. Sometimes all you can do is stand your ground and keep swinging.”
Another track on the record, Wear It While You Can, was inspired by by the story of Kathryn Switzer, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon who endured officials trying to tear her number off mid-race as it was a ‘men only’ event.
The track list for Fires of Innocence is:
1. High King Falls
2. Wear It While You Can
3. Barabbas Walks Free
4. Suffer Me A Little Longer
5. Record Store Blues
6. Fresh AF
7. Hold The Line
9. Pity The Poor Comedian
10. Way About You
11. Club Kids
12. Don’t Want To Go Home Yet