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"‘Say When’ is golden all over... Fans of Thundercat and even soul acts like Leon Bridges will find much to enjoy in the soaring vocal lines and swung bass grooves" - Nialler 9

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 "Number 1 track for me in 2018 was undoubtedly 'Say When' by Danny G & the Major 7ths feat. Osmojam with it's classic mix of beautiful harmonies, R'n'B, Soul and a hint of Steely Dan."  - David Dee Moore, The Acoustic Yard Radio Show

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"I'm crazy about it... It kinds reminds me of D'Angelo and Prince... Really mad about this tune.. I'm definitely gonna be playing more of this over the next few weeks" - Kelly-Anne Byrne, The Beat Goes On, Today FM


 "Song of the week!"  - Roddie Cleere's Irish Music Show (iMS)


"‘The smoothest of vocal harmonies and a mouth-watering instrumental accompaniment by the best in the business will have me reaching for TLC vs. Charles Bradley" - Remy


"Beyond its mellow sounds and vibes that breathe light and soothing harmonies.. with sincere emotions, an empowering message on a societal level is being provided." - Sounds so Beautiful


Say When comes 4 years after the release of debut album 'Love Joints' and is the first single from forthcoming album 'The Lookout' (to be released next year on Hipdrop Records). There will be a gig to celebrate in Feb 2019, date TBC.

Say When is a love song: an apology to a partner for not paying her enough attention, for not listening. Danny G takes the first verse, full of promise and remorse. The female part of the duet is sung by French artist Osmojam who asks for action, not apologies. On a wider societal level, we heard echoes of these feelings in the Repeal movement. The Republic of Ireland was not listening to its women, and the historic referendum result in May 2018 was experienced by many as an acknowledgement of the pain caused, an apology, and a promise to do better. Both this movement and the activists involved gave us hope for the future - that our daughters could be raised in a fairer, more just society. There is still much work to be done. I hope this video serves as a small but fitting tribute to everyone involved with the cause, and a celebration of their momentous success.


This video contains footage of several high profile public marches that took place in Dublin in 2018, including Repeal the Eighth (Garden of Remembrance), I Stand With Her (Department of Justice) and the victorious count (Dublin Castle).


Music Video & photos : Rosa Parozci

Artwork used: Elements of 'Cityscrape 1' by Conor Gallagher

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Drums - Dennis Cassidy

Keys - Johnny Taylor

Guitar - Paddy Groenland

Bass - Graham Heaney

Strings - Tadhg Byrne

Percussion - Paul Kenny

Recorded by Ken McCabe, Wolfhound Sound and by Jack Groenland, Timpada Studio

Mixed and Produced by Ken McCabe, Wolfhound Sound

Mastered by Fergal Davis

Danny G

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