Patrick appears in the May 4th edition of Ireland’s Own. Pick it up today and read an extenisive interview, a preview of his new song AND a short story written by Patrick.
Fresh after his Eastenders role, Patrick Bergin has announced details of his next release, a double a-side to follow up on his recently released debut.
“If you ever see Jesus again” and “Tipperary Waltz” will be released on May 18th via Avalon Records. Tipperary Waltz is a song very personal to Patrick, his father Paddy heard him perform “It’s a long way to Tipperary” and said it was a recruiting song for the British army and wanted him to write something that in time could replace it in peoples mind. it’s set around World War 1 where Patrick’s fathers uncle had fought in the Somme and came back a shocked and damaged man. “Uncle Hugh” appears in the artwork of the single.
A line in the song “the ghosts of the men he shot still haunted him” was a reference to Tipperary freedom fighter Dan Breen who had told Patrick’s father about his experiences.
“Tipperary Waltz” is paired with “If you ever see Jesus again” and is available to stream and download from smarturl.it/patrickbergin
“Crazy in Love” is the new single from Irish “Eastenders” star Patrick Bergin.
Currently seen on TV playing the role of villain “Aidan Maguire” to millions of people every night, Patrick has had a hugely successful acting career which has taken him to roles co-starring with Julia Roberts (Sleeping with the enemy) and Uma Thurman (Robin Hood) on film and countless TV roles.
Over the years Patrick has written and recorded a number of songs, “whilst acting is my job, music is my passion”. The upbeat “Crazy in Love” is the first in a number of releases from Patrick in 2018.
later this spring, he will be playing some shows to promote his music.
“Crazy in Love” is available to stream and download now on Avalon Records from smarturl.it/patrickbergincrazy with an impact date of February 16th.
For more information on Patrick visit: facebook.com/patrickbergin.ie