EleventyFour is a one-of-a-kind creature. Half comedy and all heart, she fits somewhere between the Moldy Peaches and Phoebe from Friends. In her element playing live, EleventyFour’s natural ability to cheer, charm and amuse always has the crowd beaming.
Based in Dublin, the Cork-born fun-sized singer-songwriter has been gigging all over Ireland since 2008 and has performed live several times on RTE Radio One (The John Murray Show and Arena). In 2012 she played at oodles of musical festivals including Electric Picnic, Indiependence, Body & Soul, Knockanstockan, Vantastival and Hard Working Class Heroes. EleventyFour was named one of the Best Bands At Electric Picnic 2011 by top Irish music blogger Nialler9.
EleventyFour released her debut EP ‘The Joy Imperative’ in 2011 which prompted enthusiastic reviews, national airplay and widespread smiling.
Have a listen to the single ‘Snapshots’ (released August 2012)
* 50 Best Irish Acts – 2UIBestow
* Top Irish EPs of 2011 – Swear I’m Not Paul
* Faces of 2011 – State Magazine
* Web’s Best New Music – The Irish Independent
* Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition 2011 Longlist
“It would be a hard heart that couldn’t be charmed by this solo female’s acoustic vignettes that are as comedic as they are brimming with melody.” – STATE MAGAZINE
“…cute as a button Kimya Dawson-like songs…” – JIM CARROLL, THE IRISH TIMES
“Humorous comedic (but not just comedy) songs played through an acoustic folk lense with instantly charming vocals…and her between song banter is just as good. ” NIALLER9
“…Ireland’s answer to Feist…” SWEAR I’M NOT PAUL
“Eleventy has the ability to bring the magic to every song … A record full of wit, sing-a-long-ability and charm … If The Joy Imperative doesn’t give you a warm and fuzzy feeling, you’re completely dead inside. And we’d get that checked out if we were you.” – POP CULTURE MONSTER
“EleventyFour is as funny as she is quirky. Upbeat, bubbly and full of sunshine. She’s abstained from the clutches of doom that being a singer songwriter can bring. Her memorable lyrics and melodies make for some very entertained audiences.” – MIXTAPE