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69 songs by our favourite Irish women: Here's your International Women's Day Spotify playlist

This playlist also happens to be 4 hours 20 minutes long and contains 69 songs.

AS YOU PROBABLY know, tomorrow is International Women’s Day. 

What better way to celebrate than by bopping to tunes made by some of Ireland’s most talented women? We decided to make a playlist with exactly 69 songs that runs at exactly 4 hours and 20 minutes long (this was not, by any means, an easy thing to do) to celebrate some of our favourite Irish women in music.

From huge names you definitely already know, like Sinéad O’Connor, Nadine Coyle and The Cranberries, to some up-and-coming acts that have been taking the music scene by storm in recent years, we’ve put together a showcase of all of our faves. Here’s the tracklisting (and here’s the Spotify playlist if you’re on an iPhone and can’t see it below):

  1. Saharakungoh – Fehdah
  2. You Know Me Better – Róisín Murphy
  3. Go To Work – Nadine Coyle
  4. Nobody Else – Sharda and Gemma Dunleavy
  5. Nothing – Loah (Elaine Mai Remix)
  6. I Need (Feat. Gemma Dunleavy) -Murlo
  7. Insatiable – Nadine Coyle
  8. What Do You Know – Soulé
  9. Tell Me Lies – SIIGHTS
  10. Over & Over – Erica Cody
  11. Nothing Changes – Biig Piig, Kxrn
  12. Too Sad to Sing – AE MAK
  13. Passionfruit – Wyvern Lingo
  14. Addiction – Swing Ting and Gemma Dunleavy
  15. All Apologies – Sinéad O’Connor
  16. Coming Back Around – Soulé and UNQ
  17. Flirt – Biig Piig
  18. Broke It With Me (Konmak x Marty Remix) – SIIGHTS
  19. Plaything – Róisín Murphy
  20. Good Intentions – Erica Cody
  21. Where We Are – Ships
  22. Bother – LAOISE
  23. Love Tonight -Soulé, C Cane
  24. Causing Trouble (Kormac Remix) – Saint Sister, Jafaris, Kormac
  25. So Shy – Gadget and the Cloud
  26. Mothers of the Disappeared – LYRA
  27. Jasmine – Murlo and Gemma Dunleavy
  28. All Will Be – Ships
  29. Spree – Aislinn Logan
  30. PEPSI – ELLLL
  31. Papillon – Hvmmingbyrd
  32. You Never Call (James Vincent McMorrow Remix) – Saint Sister
  33. Wait On Me – Aislinn Logan
  34. Again – LAOISE
  35. Emerald – LYRA
  36. I Can Feel It in My Bones – AE MAK
  37. Rose Tint – Uwmami, Paye Fox
  38. Run – Wyvern Lingo
  39. Gay Girls – Pillow Queens
  40. Heaven On Earth – whenyoung
  41. Pigs – Just Mustard
  42. Deaf – Just Mustard 
  43. Wolfstooth – Bitch Falcon
  44. Small Smile Grow – Girlfriend.
  45. Spitkissing – Girlfriend. 
  46. Favourite – Pillow Queens
  47. Mandinka – Sinéad O’Connor
  48. Zombie – The Cranberries
  49. Prime Number – Bitch Falcon
  50. Rats – Pillow Queens
  51. Everybody Loves You – SOAK
  52. Mellow//Dramatic – Uwmami
  53. Tell Me (What I Mean) – Bad Sea
  54. Solid Air – Bad Sea
  55. Given Up – whenyoung 
  56. Ode To My Family – The Cranberries
  57. Knock Me Off My Feat – SOAK
  58. Valentine Shmalentine – SOAK
  59. Tie Me up with Jackets – Fight Like Apes
  60. The John Wayne – Little Green Cars 
  61. Downtown – Lilla Vargen
  62. Fall – Lisa Hannigan
  63. Ants – Ham Sandwich
  64. How Bad Can A Good Girl Be – Imelda May
  65. Orinoco Flow – Enya
  66. What Can I Do – The Corrs
  67. I Can’t Make You Love Me – Mary Coughlan
  68. Nothing Compares 2 U -Sinéad O’Connor
  69. Dreams – The Cranberries 

We really wanted to stick Samantha Mumba in there, but it was impossible to keep the 69/420 thing going on, unfortunately. Imagine the B-side to this playlist is her entire discography, if you will. 

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