Éimear has been writing songs and instrumentals for over 14 years and in 2011 she was a
semi finalist in the UK Songwriting competition with her song 'Tommy'.
Her song 'This Time' was highly commended.

Her music has been described as, 
'Celtic, Folk-tronica Femme-pop, bursting with sweet melodies, chock-full of hooks!'
'Stay with me now' was one of the first songs that Éimear wrote and recorded.
Her song 'Come Home' is available on 7 Digital. All of Éimear's songs and instrumentals can be heard on the music player.

'Come Home' video 2007

'Come Home' was the first song Eimear composed. It was written within an evening and being friends with the local studio producer, he offered her some time to put the track down and record it. Of course she took the opportunity. At the time Eimear was in a brilliant 7 piece Irish/country/folk band in Warrington, North-west England, called 'The Bogtrotters' with lead singer Tim Flaherty. Tim had success in the US country music charts in the 70's with his band, 'Poacher'.
'The Bogtrotters' were recording an album and the musicians who played on 'Come Home' were from the band; Wayne Morgan, Len Whitehead, Vinnie Pearson and Mark Walker. Mark also recorded the song 'Come Home'. 
There was no time to mix the track or think too much about the arrangement, hence why is a lot going on instrumentally within the song.
The video was the idea of an extremely creative Warrington producer's. His vision lead the video to looking mysterious and eery.
'...The setting/imagery within the video reminds me of Queen's university in Belfast.' adds Eimear.

Éimear is currently writing and working on new music which will have a slightly different sound to previously recorded material...

Éimear fiddling in Bob the Builder song