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Irish singer / songwriter Paul Tully raises consciousness with his striking latest single of the frequently underestimated debilitating symptoms of fear and anxiety that influence millions of people worldwide. He builds a related sense of vulnerability based on his own experiences for motivation, which can pull you in, with the intention of raising the confidence of those struggling with similar challenges, helping them to reach out for support.

“Paul Tully’s songs are special. They connect and speak to people. Live he’s electric and in studio he’s a craftsman. A name to remember and a talent to treasure.”

– Ralph McLean, BBC Radio Ulster

I’m hoping the song could bring a sense of comfort to those suffering from anxiety and let them know they aren’t alone. When I wrote the song in June of this year, we were in the middle of lockdown and there was a real uncertainty regarding our health and well-being of not only ourselves but those closest to us.”

– Paul Tully on ‘Anxiety’

Paul retains an energetic, optimistic tone, lifted by addictive guitar and ear-worm beats: not an easy task considering the significance and weight of the issues discussed in the track. His debut EP ‘Lyric For The Lost’ remains a strong favourite on Irish radio, which has previously earned him the chance to play at the Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival alongside Foy Vance, Cara Dillon and Grammy Award-winning Jim Lauderdale.

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