BY ROBIN MUMFORD OF THE INDIE PLUG
Shaun Finn is back with a brand new, emotional construct on 25th June. Titled ‘Fallen Flowers’ – the Independent artist, who hails from Blanchardstown, Dublin is looking to pour his heart out, using his multi-instrumentalist talents to his full capabilities with the release of his latest track.
Throughout his life, like many, Shaun has faced uphill battles – dealing with bullying, isolation and mental illness from a young age. For this talented individual, though, creativity became his sole coping mechanism.
This transitional period would then lead Shaun down an adventurous path, working in all kinds of jobs and environments including photography, marketing, live-sound and theatre.
Nowadays, you can find the Irish singer-songwriter stringing together euphonious heart-felt songs that are relatable to anyone at some stage of their lives. What makes Finn so unique is the fact his musical objective is clear.
While many in the music industry chase the fame, Shaun Finn would rather live in his world, chasing his own personal dreams of self-satisfaction in an environment of hard work and dedication.
His other songs, ‘Live My Life’ and ‘Picnic in the Sunshine’ follow the personal endeavours of his latest release. The first one particularly gets a reaction from his cult-like following whenever it is played. But ‘Fallen Flowers’ certainly feels like a step up, with the Irish-born musician showing that his upward curve is only getting steeper.
'Fallen Flowers' is out now on all major streaming platforms and you can also listen to the track below.