"A personal milestone" in the singer-songwriter's career
Evening News "introduces" Maeve O'Boyle
A feature introducing Maeve O'Boyle was published in the Edinburgh Evening News on the 1st May. The article, which referred to Maeve as "Scotland's newest, brightest singer/songwriting hope", talks about the 21-year-old's experiences as a performer and it also introduces her forthcoming album, All My Sins. The album, which features contributions from well-known songwriters such as Deacon Blue's Ricky Ross and Teenage Fanclub's Francis Macdonald, showcases Maeve's own songwriting skills and her unique voice.
Maeve also talks about her next single, Carnival Attraction: "I wrote Carnival Attraction about Amy Winehouse and her period of self-destruction...I tried to play devil's advocate. You know what if Amy wanted to let go?". Look out for Maeve's Tour Dates and news on Carnival Attraction and All My Sins here.