Down to the River to Play

Marie Conniffe

Marie Conniffe returns with a musical call-to-arms to enjoy the summer months and make the most out of life. Her latest song “Down to the River to Play” is a 90s-infused anthem brimming with positivity and good vibes. In the title of the song, a nod to the harmonic influences of the “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack in her own musical life,

Marie Conniffe returns with a musical call-to-arms to enjoy the summer months and make the most out of life. Her latest song “Down to the River to Play” is a 90s-infused anthem brimming with positivity and good vibes. In the title of the song, a nod to the harmonic influences of the “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack in her own musical life, Conniffe invites us to go “down to the river to play in the hay”. It’s a catchy, fun-filled number that is well-served by the hypnotic blend of Conniffe’s vocal harmonies and uplifting message.

The song was recorded at Beardfire Music in Dublin 4 with brothers, Rohan Healy and Al Quiff, and their dad, David Virgin.

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