Singer-songwriter, Marty Mone, has, today, (Monday, November 23rd), released a new original single.
‘The Day the World Shut Down’ depicts two true stories, according to the artist, who has been making waves across Ireland and the UK.
“This latest track details a true bittersweet tale of the highly relatable notion of long-distance relationships during the covid-19 pandemic. One song with two true intertwined stories,” he explained.
Soaring to success
Mone broke onto the music scene in 2014 with his single, Hit the Diff. The original version now boasts over 11 million views.
He wrote, recorded, and produced a 10-track debut album, before releasing a second album, Steer the Rear.
Furthermore, the Castleblayney native, an agricultural contractor and trucker, owns his own record label and publishing company, Marty Mone Music.
He has played at venues including Croke Croke Park, SSE Area Belfast, The Late Late Show, The Ploughing Championships, Balmoral Show, Truckfest UK, Highland Show Scotland amongst others.
Mone strives to “sing and write tales that come from the heart, much of which is derived from his own personal experiences”.
“It’s a genuine representation of both Marty and the culture that raised him, growing up driving tractors and living an honest, trucker life.” his website reads.