Video: Donegal duo’s song nominated for Irish Song Of The Year

Donegal band Little Hours.

Donegal band Little Hours.

A DONEGAL duo’s song has been nominated for Irish Song Of The Year at this year’s Meteor Choice Awards.

Killybegs outfit Little Hours caused quite a stir when they burst onto the Irish music scene in 2014 and their song It’s Still Love being selected for the award is testament of that.


Recorded at Tommy McLaughlin’s Attica Studio in Termon the song will need to see off big competion in some of the biggest names in the Irish music industry such as Sinead O’Connor, Kodaline, The Script, Delorentos and Hozier.

The public will decide the winner of Irish Song of the Year 2014 and can do so by logging onto, so go on give Little Hours your vote!

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