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Floating Above Everything Else


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"The songs range from golden shimmery atmospherics to punchy power tunes, born from darkness and loss, and elevated to a celebration" - Miki Berenyi (Lush, Piroshka)

"A Top 100 Album Of 2023" - Louder Than War 

KEELEY, fronted by singer, guitarist, songwriter and enigmatic Dubliner Keeley Moss enjoyed a transformative year in 2023. On 30th June, they released their debut album “Floating Above Everything Else” on Dimple Discs.

A debut album brimming with songs that showcase the breadth of KEELEY’s songwriting, bristling with lush harmonies, muscular beats and inventive atmospherics, weaving gleefully between indie-rock sub- genres and further establishing Keeley Moss as one of Ireland's most creative songwriters.

From the glorious haze of “Seeing Everything” to the riveting finale of “Shine A Light”, a blistering cover of Spiritualized’s 1992 epic, aided by mixes from veteran producer Paul Tipler (Stereolab, Placebo, The House Of Love), Keeley and producer Alan Maguire make sure each song is a confection, a box of musical chocolates stamped with a unique Irish swirl.

Upon hearing “Shine A Light” Jason Pierce (Spiritualized) exclaimed... "It’s always touching to hear someone put their own spin on one of my own efforts...and with so much energy and enthusiasm. It’s pretty massive”

The live band went from strength to strength in 2023 playing blistering shows in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol, Leeds, Belfast and Cork. They are currently a trio featuring Keeley Moss on guitar and vocals, Lukey Foxtrot on bass and former Morrissey drummer Andrew Paresi

As with all her songs, Keeley continues her ongoing fascination with the murder and short life of teenage German backpacker Inga Maria Hauser, who was brutally murdered in Northern Ireland in 1988 and whose case remains unsolved despite many promising leads pointing to the culprits. As an authority on the subject, Keeley recently appeared in "Murder In The Badlands", a moving BBC documentary that further explores Inga Maria’s tragic demise, and a brand new film centered around Keeley's involvement with the case is in development. Read Keeley’s account of the case at The Keeley Chronicles.