Morgana first captured attention as a solo artist with nods from Joan Armatrading and Gary Lightbody in her earlier years. Joining forces with Gemma Doherty, she co-founded Saint Sister in 2015. Enchanting audiences worldwide, their journey saw them open for Robbie Williams, Keane, Tori Amos and Hozier, and The National, as well as a mesmerising NPR Tiny Desk Concert. Their sophomore album, “Where I Should End,” garnered the title of ‘Album of the Year’ at the Northern Ireland Music Prize and vied for the same accolade at the Choice Music Prize. Their sound climbed charts, earning a steadfast place in the hearts of listeners across Ireland and the UK.

Without missing a beat, Morgana‘s solo project has amassed an eager following, with sold-out shows in Dublin, New York and London, Belfast and packed rooms at Other Voices. Morgana‘s solo venture is a tapestry of her influences, with threads of Italo disco and electronic pop interwoven with her signature vocal style. She sets the stage for an experience that oscillates between euphoria and catharsis, promising listeners not just a performance, but a journey. Her music is an invitation: prepared to party, ready to cry. This year she will release her hotly anticipated debut single.

 

You can feel the 10,000 hours behind her. Her voice is extraordinary, and she’s a hugely sensitive performer. Perhaps most importantly, the songs are there. – Una Mullally, The Irish Times

What Stage? Luna Stage
What Day? Sunday