Fionn O Lochlainn

England-born and musician-raised, Fionn O Lochlainn is a multi-instrumentalist with a voice that NPR Producer, Mark Sutton, describes as “incredibly pure and always soulful.” Living on the lower east side in Manhattan, he worked with Andy Wallace (known for his work with Jeff Buckley, Nirvana, Bruce Springsteen) and played residencies at the Knitting Factory and Rockwood Music Hall. Fionn’s first album, Spawn of the Beast, gained critical acclaim and led to sold out shows at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater and standing ovations at CMJ and SXSW. His second album, 3 Stripe Balloon, is set to release in Summer 2016. Sit back and listen to what the Pacific Sun referred to as “a Rock and Soul sound that’s more akin to a religious experience.”