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Sorcha Richardson Unveils New Track Can't We Pretend

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Yimmy Yayo

Sorcha Richardson has shared a new song, Can't We Pretend.

Introducing herself, the Dublin-born, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter said:

"Hi guys, I'm Sorcha Richardson and I'm a singer/songwriter from Dublin, Ireland currently living in Brooklyn. I started my first band with two friends from school when I was ten years old and I've been making music ever since.  I write songs in my bedroom about the days and nights I spend with my friends, the places we go, the people we meet, the things we say and the things we don't."

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