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“An alluring listen full of heart and soul.” … “a remarkable voice” - Hotpress
“It comes from a genuine place, this is about the music, … and it takes a gifted song-writer to let their craft alone carry their message in such a wonderfully enjoyable way.” - REMY
“Jane Willow’s otherworldly voice and serene musicality pulls you into a wonderfully crafted songspace. Luminous, peaceful, comforting and uplifting all at once.” - Fiachna Ó Braonáin (RTE Radio 1)
“‘Onward Still’ is a precious collection of tracks that flow on sweet luscious melodies, pristine musicianship and a purity that is mesmerising.” Indie Buddie
“From the first caress of vocals in “Onward Still”, to the last defining, harmonic moments of “Comfort”, this 6-track EP is nothing if not the perfectly watercolored canvas to hang over your blooming ideas and goals and adventures for 2019.” - Imperfect Fifth
“a bone fide authentic folk artist about to make a mark." - REMY
HOTPRESS REVIEW ‘ONWARD STILL’
‘Onward Still EP SELF RELEASED This Dutch born, Dublin based artist has earned fame and acclaim for her delicate, pop-laced folk, and after listening to her current EP Onward Still, it’s easy to see why. Featuring six soul-stirring songs…’
Irish Playlist #034: HAVVK, Jane Willow @ REMY
'Willow has a very loyal classical folk modus operandi, unlike her first single, here I feel a strong connection to Joni Mitchell's Court and Spark. It's incredibly easy on the ear and uplifting, and a picturesque place I would happily spend a lot of time in...'
Jane Willow Set to Share ‘Onward Still’ @ IMRO
'...On August 28th she releases her second single and music video for ‘Onward Still’, with a double headline acoustic show in The Cobblestone, Dublin on August 30th. While her EP is due for release on Thursday November 15th in The Sound House, Dublin.'
JANE WILLOW INTERVIEW @ UNIVERSITY OBSERVER
'For many students, post-college life can be daunting. Jane Willow, a singer-songwriter who graduated from IADT last year, knows all about the grind of pursuing a music career...'
JAne Willow Interview @ The Irish Times
"I think music, in a way, is something you can hide behind. But it’s also something you can reveal yourself through..."
Jane Willow 'On MY Mind Review @ Remy's Top 10 Irish REVIEW
'Finally one we have really enjoyed for many reasons is 'On My Mind' by Dutch and Irish-based folk musician Jane Willow who evokes the bare sound of Joan Baez. Having moved to Ireland at the age of 21 purely to pursue a career in music...'
Glen Hansard w/ Cormac Begley, Tadhg Williams and Jane Willow @ Vicar Street
Glen Hansard with support from Stephen James Smith, Cormac Begley, Tadhg Williams and Jane Willow at Vicar Street in Dublin. Images by Moira Reilly @ The Thin Air.