We are pleased to inform that Schubert Music has signed a publishing deal with KEELEY, an Irish dream-pop artist based in Dublin, who has just released her brand new mini-album „Drawn To The Flame” with Dimple Discs.
KEELEY was formed in 2020 by former Session Motts singer, guitarist and songwriter Keeley Moss. A Dublin native, a music obsessive, an outsider, armed with a dream and headful of songs struggling to get out, teamed up with producer Alan Maguire to record four songs that would later become the debut EP “Brave Warrior”. Spending the latter half of 2020 tirelessly self-promoting the songs to Irish press and radio with outstanding results, she came to the attention of London indie Dimple Discs (home to The Undertones, Cathal Coughlan, Eileen Gogan, and other acclaimed Irish artists), who released the ‘Brave Warrior’ EP in June 2021 featuring the single “The Glitter and the Glue”.
Now we are all set for „Drawn To The Flame” – armed with seven new songs which showcase the maturity and breadth of KEELEY’s songwriting, this mini-album bristles with lush harmonies, muscular beats and inventive atmospherics, skipping gleefully across genres and further establishing Keeley Moss as one of Ireland’s most creative and visionary songwriters. As with previous songs, this set highlights Keeley’s ongoing fascination with the murder and short life of aforementioned 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 has recently appeared in “Murder In The Badlands”, a moving BBC documentary that further explores Inga-Maria’s case.