Mo Kenney in Ireland

“In My Dreams” is now available in the UK, Germany and Ireland!

“I’m coming back, and I can’t wait.” – Mo

 “…an album of grace, power and insight.” -Laura Thomas, Kemptation

“Folk, pop, scuzzy rock – she is clearly poised and ready to pounce.” -Tony Clayton-Lea, The Irish Times

“New Zealand has Lorde – the UK has Foxes – and the U.S. has Lana Del Rey……Canada’s response to this trend of strong female singer-songwriters is the irresistibly beautiful, Mo Kenney.” -Craig Roxburgh, Mind Equals Blown

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Tour Dates:

September 8th- Kinross, Scotland- The Green Hotel

September 9th- Glasgow, Scotland- Hug and Pint

September 10th- Edinburgh, Scotland- Sneaky Pete’s

September 12th- Sheffield, England- Cafe No.9

September 14th- Leeds, England- Gaslight Club/ Oporto Leeds

September 15th- Dalston, London- Servant Jazz Quarters

September 18th- Ballydehob, Ireland- Levis

September 19th- Clonakilty, Ireland- Clonakilty International Guitar Festival

September 20th- Clonakilty, Ireland- Clonakilty International Guitar Festival

September 22nd- Dublin, Ireland- Whelan’s

September 30th- Ingolstadt, Germany- Der Herbst ist eine Frau

October 4th- Berlin, Germany – Privatclub

October 5th- Hamburg, Germany- Nochtspeicher

October 6th- Leipzig, Germany- Moritzbastei

October 7th- Stuttgart, Germany- Cafe Galao

October 9th- Freiburg im Breisgau- Jazzhaus Freiburg

4 Stars from the Irish Times

The Irish Times Reviews In My Dreams
By Tony Clayton-Lea, The Irish Times


Yet another smart singer-songwriter from Canada, Mo Kenney released her self-titled debut a few years ago, and the concerns that her follow-up might soften her edges slip away a few songs in.

A singer-songwriter unafraid to shred guitars, Kenney delivers a raucous 30-plus minutes.

When there aren’t F-bombs being flung about on Take me Outside and Telephones, there are words of lacerating truth (‘I’m not sorry that it hurt when I took your heart apart – because I liked it’, I Faked It) and heartfelt, if fatalistic resignation (‘If happiness should fade, I had it once and that’s enough’, Wind Will Blow).

Balancing folksiness and metallic edges with instinctual melodic power pop, Kenney strikes a blow for variation throughout. Folk, pop, scuzzy rock – she is clearly poised and ready to pounce.