We Bloom Presents: Jacob Henley, Isaac Butler & Fiona Harte
We Bloom are celebrating their 5th year showcasing new Irish music with a very exciting
move to LoSt LaNe.
After giving the likes of SOULÉ, Æ MAK, LAOISE, Wastefellow, Thumper, Erica Cody, Super Silly,
and many many more their first Dublin gigs; we are extremely looking forward to hosting We Bloom, who give Bands, Artists, Songwriters, Producers an opportunity to showcase the massive
array of talent Ireland has to offer.
For this show, We Bloom have artists Jacob Henley, Isaac Butler and Fiona Harte.
After years performing and writing in Toronto, Nashville, and London, 2018 saw
Jacob Henley move from his native Ontario, Canada to Dublin, Ireland. Henley is a
dedicated performer and musician, influenced by artists of different generations and
genres. The 23 year olds’ original songs and strong vocals are reflected in his
enthusiasm during live performances. Besides writing and recording his own music,
Jacob has also lent his talents to co-writes with an array of Irish musicians,
including 2018 Irish Eurovision representative Ryan O’Shaughnessy (“Fingertips”)
and up-and-coming Cork-based producer 1000 Beasts (“Every Line & Curve”),
amongst others. With a keen eye on delivering music that can be enjoyed across multiple generations around the world, Jacob Henley is about to make his definitive mark.
Off the back of a busy summer of writing and shows including performances at Kaleidescope
festival and Electric Picnic, Isaac Butler managed to sell out his debut headliner at upstairs
Whelan’s last November. With tracks like ‘Moon Song’ and‘Rescue Me’ collectively amassing
close to a million streams on Spotify, Isaac is an Irish act to keep an eye out for in 2020. A singer/
songwriter at heart, Isaac produces and performs his songs with a full band feel to give his live
shows that big atmospheric feeling.
Fiona Harte is a singer-songwriter from Northern Ireland who has won the hearts of
many with her poetic lyrics and ambrosial vocals. With her single ‘White Picket Fence’ amassing
almost 1 million streams, her new music is set for success in a world where Folk music meets a
more commercial twist. Her influences include legends such as Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Dolly
Parton. Fiona was chosen by Pan-arts Northern Ireland as one of their Top Songwriters and as a
result has played a number of famous music venues including Nashville’s Bluebird Café.
Fiona wrote and recorded her most recent EP in the Heart of Nashville.