Imelda May

Music

Time Out says

The singer who's brought rockabilly back returns to the stage following her recent maternity leave to present her new album, 'Tribal' (2014). This latest work is a rock and roll album, mixed in the spirit of Sun Studios, where the sound was born in Memphis, but with a touch of the 21st century of a woman raised on the streets of Dublin. There's also a dash of rebellion in May's rockabilly sound, thanks to the punk bands she admired as a youngster, such as The Clash, Undertones, The Buzzcocks and The Cramps.

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