“We Don’t Wanna Hear a Thousand Reasons” by Don’t Fear The Natives

Full of spirit and strong melodies, Don’t Fear The Native’s new track is a powerful single, rich in passion and clever lyricism.

Written by guitarist Denis Kelly, “We Don’t Wanna Hear A Thousand Reasons” is a song of protest to its core. Across Ireland, countless families are in crumbling houses due to a defective building material known as mica. The song was written to raise awareness of the newly launched counselling services available for those struggling with their mental health as a result of the mica-affected homes.

From Donegal, Ireland, Don’t Fear The Natives are an alt-rock quartet: – singer Claire McDaid; guitarists Denis Kelly/Greg McDaid and bassist Cathal McDaid. After well-received festival appearances, including headlining at Ireland’s Vantastival, their self-released debut EP ‘Stupid Heart’ romped into the iTunes Ireland Top 20 on the day of its release.

The track is based around a strong vocal and guitar melody that pulls you in instantly. Gorgeous vocals and clever lyricism help keep the track moving along smoothly to a strong finish. The guitar work is superb, laying the perfect foundation for the track. Delicate and intense, the song is an utterly unique experience.

Stream “We Don’t Wanna Hear a Thousand Reasons” now!

Written by Ciarán Coleman





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