After a successful debut single release Trespasser in July 2020 Belfast artist Quinn is releasing her follow up single Some Days. Quinn has performed in many venues around the world, including touring in New York, Amsterdam, Dublin, Cambridge, Manchester, Dubai, Dublin and Nashville, with the main purpose of getting her music in front of as many people as possible! She has also appeared at multiple venues and events in Northern Ireland. Quinn is a very personal songwriter and Some Days’ is a great example of how she puts her own experiences of life into her writing, to not only help her deal with life, but hopefully connect with the listener as well.
Some Days is a pop song with throwback to retro 80s synth, about how every day is not going to be easy. It is an encouragement to the listener to get up, dust yourself off and continue on with life, even when "Some Days" you "wanna stay in bed, stay low." Her vocals really stand out, the lyrics are honest and many listeners would undoubtedly relate to what she's singing about.
"You’ve been pushing so hard all alone you forget what it feels like to have a friend.
And your mum don’t get you so you’re telling all your secrets to a stranger in a bar instead"
The song was written in Amsterdam in January 2020 when Quinn was on tour in Europe. She was really struggling with the loneliness of the music industry and not sure what direction to go in. She wrote ‘Some Days’ on an acoustic guitar in 3 or 4 days and used it to help re-direct her goals and focus for her career in music. Fast forward 10 months and she is now being managed by John Dynes Management with a successful debut single released and new music on the way!