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Ava Vox


Ava Vox is an Irish singer songwriter. Native of Dublin. Genre of music is Alternative Rock/Post-Punk with 80s vibe.

Ava Vox has released two singles - Love Song in February 2021 , Strange Days (two tracks) March 2021 and Crash in December  2021. She worked with Music Producer Ray McLoughlin (RMC Recording Studios) on all tracks. 

 Ava Vox released her single 'Alone Again' on February 2022. 

Ava Vox's new album ‘Immortalised’ was released in March 2022.

All Ava Vox's music is available on Bandcamp.

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A Story Steeped in Sound

Ava Vox, real name Elaine Hannon, native of Dublin. At the age of 17, Elaine joined a band as backing vocalist and quickly progressed to be a lead vocalist. In the mid 1980’s, Elaine went on to form ‘The Seventh Veil’ (c1986 -1991) an original Alternative Rock band with a dash of Goth and Punk, the style of music ranged from slow melodic atmospheric to dynamic. Their music was constantly played on Capital Radio and the ‘Dave Fanning Show,’ Radio Two. Given excellent reviews by “Hot Press Magazine” and Eamonn Carr, the “Evening Herald”

The Seventh Veil then went on to win Battle of the Bands competition, their prize was recording time with the renowned and famous Music Producer Paul Thomas (Paul Thomas, Recording Company, Georges Street, Dublin). Paul Thomas worked along with many well-known artists, such as U2 in the early stages, Kate Bush, Clannad.

Over the last number of years, Elaine was involved in various music projects. In September 2020, Elaine’s alto ego ‘Ava Vox’ was born.

In February 2021, Ava Vox released her debut single “Love Song.” The track Love Song was originally written by The Cure. Ava Vox decided to slow down the tempo of the song and performs this classic song with just the accompaniment of piano. Vocals by Ava Vox. Piano by Ray McLoughlin.

Ava Vox worked together with Music Producer Ray McLoughlin (RMC Recording Studios) on all tracks. All tracks were recorded and produced working remotely due to the Covid restrictions.

In March 2021, Ava Vox released the single “Strange Days.” The single “Strange Days” contained two tracks; Tainted Love and Life on Mars.

The track “Tainted Love” was originally written by songwriter Ed Cobb. Ava Vox decided to rock up the tempo and put more attitude to the classic song. Vocals by Ava Vox. Piano and Hammond Organ by Ray McLoughlin. Electric Guitar by Daniel Martin and Drums by Jonathan Owens.

The track “Life on Mars” was originally written and performed by David Bowie. Ava Vox performs this classic song with just the accompaniment of piano. Vocals by Ava Vox. Piano and Hammond Organ by Ray McLoughlin.

In December 2021, Ava Vox released the single "Crash." The track "Crash" was written by The Seventh Veil (Elaine Hannon, Robert Johnston, Darren Gallagher, Stephen Quinn). Vocals by Ava Vox, Keyboard by Ray McLoughlin, Guitar by Enda Dempsey, Bass Guitar by James Blennerhassett, Drums by Robbie Casserly, Produced by Ava Vox & Ray McLoughlan at RMC Recording Studios, Engineered by Michael Nestor. Music video produced by Isaac Burke.

"One of the most impressive musical debuts to emerge from The Emerald Isle this year... folks are in for a pleasant shock in the same way they may have felt upon hearing Siouxsie and the Banshees for the first time" ~ The Spill Magazine


"Like the long-lost love child of Nina Hagen, X-Mal Deutschland, Daniella Drax, Siouxsie Sioux, Lene Lovich and Lydia Lynch, Crash is a post-punk explosion of goth aesthetics, female empowerment and evocative, provocative theatrics" ~ The Manc Review


"Restoring Ireland’s reputation of a country that produces superb post-punk, first ignited like pioneers such as Blue In Heaven, Into Paradise, Whipping Boy" ~ Big Takeover Magazine


"Ireland's dark horse... a gripping and evocative performance overall... conveying a poignant and ever-present cautionary message" ~ Amplify Music Magazine

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