Interview with Sinead Harnett
The London native's debut album has finally been released; she sits with Myles McCaulskey to talk writing Leo Bear for her nephew and plans for the rest of the year.
Myles McCaulskey
Published 03 October 2019
Sinead Harnett

Sinead Harnett’s come up has been a long time in the making.

Having first come to the UK's attention by featuring on Wiley's 2011 single "Walk Away", plus collaborations with Rudimental and Disclosure the London native has been on the grind since the early stages of the decade.

Fast forward to 2019, Sinead has worked with Gallant and KAYTRANADA, sung the National Anthem for Anthony Joshua before a fight in New York and, finally, released her long-awaited debut album "Lessons In Love" - featuring the single "If You Let Me" which has racked up over 54M streams on Spotify to-date.

The singer’s story is one of hard work, perseverance and endurance. With "Lessons In Love" listeners get a chronicle of her life experiences over the past couple of years... it’s definitely a journey not worth missing out on!

Sinead Harnett
sat with Myles McCaulskey to talk about her brand new album “Lessons In Love”, writing Leo Bear for her nephew and plans for the rest of the year.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

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