It’d be easy for Sinéad Harnett to rest on her laurels. She’s already achieved so much, and yet you can tell it’s still only the beginning for this London-based singer. You might know her from songs with Disclosure, Rudimental, Nick Brewer, and Gryffin, arenas where Harnett’s candidly bold voice perfectly complements dance beats like no other. Her mixtape, Chapter One, showcased her voice in a way that surprised fans and newcomers alike.

For the latest edition of the 405 Exchange podcast, Ken Grand-Pierre spoke to Sinéad about being in New York for the first time, songwriting, the story behind the acoustic version of 'Unconditional, and genre-bending. Check out their conversation below.

“When I’m performing, I do go back to the emotion and why I wrote it, but I’m never beaten that emotion.”

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