Pauric O’Meara drops indie earworm “Smilin”

Concluding a trilogy of addictive singles, Pauric O’Meara‘s musical journey is far from over with new track”Smilin”, produced by Shea Tohill. The new offering emerges as the dynamic finale to his EP, wrapping up a narrative of love, loss, and self-discovery. The track opens with commanding beats and infectious guitar riffs, immediately capturing attention with Pauric’s raw storytelling shines through, holding listeners in thrall with a straightforward lyrical approach. An intense and intimate earworm, we wouldn’t expect anything less.

As the song unfolds, it weaves a rich tapestry of stylised riffs, resonant bass lines, and Pauric’s compelling vocals, maintaining an unwavering energy from start to finish. This ensures “Smilin” remains a favourite in Pauric’s live performances, showcasing not just musical prowess but a deep connection with the audience.

Pauric O’ Meara describing it as an open letter reminding us of the transformative power of a smile. Reflecting on personal struggles with happiness and self-worth, Pauric encourages listeners to prioritise their joy.

This track concludes a trilogy that began with “Adore”, exploring separation, and continued with “Smoke and Mirrors”, focusing on self-realisation. Pauric emphasises the conditional nature of love, asserting that everyone deserves happiness.

In a poignant revelation, Pauric acknowledges the role of friends in helping him rediscover his smile, extending that support to listeners grappling with similar struggles through this EP. “Smilin” stands as a beacon of hope, a celebration of resilience, and an invitation for listeners to embark on their own journey toward happiness as Pauric bids farewell to this chapter of storytelling.

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