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Dermot Kennedy sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about his upcoming sophomore album and the success that’s led up to it. The Irish singer-songwriter tells us about recently busking in Washington Square, raising over $300k for charities over the holidays, and being an authentically humble artist.

Kennedy also revisits his Metallica cover of “Nothing Else Matters,” what it was like to have “Paradise” become so big during a time when he was so disconnected from the world, and the background behind his latest chart-topper “Better Days” and the recently released version featuring EARTHGANG. Plus, he gives us so insight into his upcoming tour with Shawn Mendes, tickets for which can be found here.

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