Senakah is the band of the day. They come to us from Limerick, Ireland. This group has been creating music for over seven years. Senakah used to be named Seneca, but had to change their name due to a copyright issue. This isn’t the first band to outgrow house parties, and receive certified letters about the name of the band. Some success can draw more than just groupies, and bloggers. Please don’t ask me if any math is involved. They rock and they are Irish, so they are an Irish rock band, and they don’t sound like U2.
They create a very beautiful sound mixing in gentle solos, hearty riffs, and melodies with the right amount of hooks. Their creations, which I have listened to are more complicated than what initially meets the ear. I have learned to expect that from groups that have been together more than just a few years. It baffles me, how the world remains deaf to this band. Senakah makes my ears smile.
The band consists of Rob Hope as the vocalist. Brendan O’Gorman is the guitarist. Yvonne Conaty plays bass and the drummer is Daragh O’Loughlin. They are offering their first album Sweeter than Bourbon on their home page. I never pick bands to post on because they are giving out free stuff. So when I post about a band that is giving free stuff, it is better than free. It is great and free. Human Relations (second album) has a planned release of May 3rd in Ireland. The band’s video”Ugly” gained over 200,000 views in a little over a week. Research Department reports that the song and video are so good, that it just went viral. With up to date info like that, why would you go elsewhere for rising, underground artists.
The first video “Ugly” is the viral one. You be the judge. The second video “Clarity” is from the free album. The third video “Human Relations” is the title track from their upcoming album. It is a little more peppy than the other two. I have linked the free offered album from their Bandcamp page. I told you it is better than free.
Have a blessed day. Fill your hearts with kindness and remember that nothing is more important than today.