Larissa Tormey, a Russian born, Ireland based singer-songwriter, is releasing her debut EP, Doors to Joy, on September 1st with a full-length to follow later in the Fall.
The adult-contemporary artist spent over a year crafting these meaningful, thought provoking songs that are sure to pull at the heartstrings of every human emotion.
The title track, Doors to Joy, is a true love song. But not in the standard sense of one person loving another romantically. It’s much deeper than that. It’s a song about loving life in every possible way, and being able to help someone realize their fullest potential in life. And to realize this full potential, one must unlock their Doors to Joy. This type of love is highlighted in the music video for the title track, which will be released shortly after the EP.
Doors to Joy was recorded in Ventry Studios, Ireland with producer and multi instrumentalist David McCune. The EP additionally includes two bonus acoustic versions of earlier singles, “Addiction” and “Enchanted Night” which were recorded with Irish pianist and musical director, Gavin Murphy, who played piano on all tracks for the EP and album and feature internationally renowned guitarist Bill Shanley, who has worked with artists like Ray Davies, Mary Black and Sinead O’ Connor.
The Doors to Joy EP is being distributed through JTV Digital and is available to purchase on all popular digital sites, including iTunes at http://smarturl.it/doorstojoy
This Fall will also bring the release of a full-length record – Larissa’s first LP ever recorded in all English.
About Larissa Tormey: Larissa is a native of Russia, where she was educated as a pianist and vocal coach. In 2001 she moved from the busy city of Moscow, to the quieter countryside in Ireland. Living on a rural farm has given Larissa a new way of writing music that is influenced by classical, contemporary, jazz, pop and folk music. In June 2014, Larissa was accepted as a guest singer at YOUBLOOM Global Music Village, a music conference event for the best international artists, in Dublin. Larissa also spends a lot of time working for charities and fundraising for different causes that are dear to her heart.
For further information contact: