Listen of the Week – Street Lights Album in aid of Irish Homeless Charities

Street Lights Album

Released on Friday December 7th 2018, Street Lights Album featuring some of Ireland’s most loved musicians, has a very worthy objective. To generate funds for Ireland’s homeless.

Listen of the Week - Street Lights Album in aid of Irish Homeless Charities - Street Lights Various Artists


Street Lights Album – Various Artists

Homeward Bound – Street Lights
Soft Rain – Damien Dempsey
Set the Fire to the Third Bar – Snow Patrol
Rocky Took A Lover – Bell X1
Dreams – Saint Sister
What Happens When The Heart Just Stops – The Frames
My Ireland (excerpt) – Stephen James Smith
I Lie Awake Every Night– James Vincent McMorrow
To Build A Home – Glenn & Ronan
Falling Down The Mountainside With You – David Gray
Hushabye Mountain (live) –Richard Hawley & Lisa Hannigan
Earthly Pleasures (live) – Villagers
No Train to Cavan – Lisa O’Neill
Mná Na hÉireann – Celtic Woman
All I Want Is A Room Somewhere – Luka Bloom


STREET LIGHTS the album OUT NOW! Physical goldendiscs.ie | Digital itunes.apple.com


Listen of the Week - Street Lights Album in aid of Irish Homeless Charities - Homeward Bound
Photograph by: Sasko Lazarov

*Some of the Street Lights Collective pictured at the recording of the Homeward Bound video recording. Including Sinead Troy of (IASCA/Yangaroo), Aoife Woodlock (Other Voices and Music Producer). Janine Nallen (CEO of Celtic Collections and Liffey Records), producer/arranger Cian Boylan, Galia Arad, Roisin O, Loah, Cathy Davey, The High Hopes Choir, Join Me In The Pines, Saint Sister, Colm Mac Con Iomaire.


Street Lights the album features fifteen tracks in total, including the single ‘Homeward Bound’ which was recorded in Camden Studios with producer Cian Boylan. As with the Street Lights album, Homeward Bound features top Irish artists. Inclusive of The High Hopes Choir, Gary Lightbody, Cathy Davey, Villagers, Loah, Bono, Roisin O, Join Me In The Pines, Little Green Cars, Saint Sister and Colm Mac Con Iomaire.



“Peter McVerry Trust, Simon Community Ireland and Focus Ireland will be the recipients of all profits of the single and album sales, which they have agreed will go directly to rehoming and rehousing on a national level.”

You’ll find updates online via the Street Lights Instagram | Facebook | Twitter


To donate €4 to the Street Lights Project text street lights to 50300 (Focus Ireland, Simon Community and Peter McVerry Trust between them will receive a minimum of €3.60. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 076 6805278)

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