Enda Mulloy



Dec 14th 2023

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Press release



May 30th 2023


Click here to listen to his third single - A MESSAGE FROM STEPHEN (Carry Me Home)

Enda is proud to have signed to the world famous Marquee Records.

They will be releasing his long awaited album on July 14th.

The albumn launch will be complemented by a concert to launch his solo album 'Notions in Midlife Crisis' with an incredible album launch party on July 15th, 2023 at The London Irish Centre. The event promises to be an unforgettable night of live music, featuring a fantastic lineup of support acts, including Hungry Grass, a London Irish band that blends traditional Irish folk music with punk rock, and Matt McManamon, a former member of The Dead 60s and The Specials.

Enda Mulloy's solo album 'Notions in Midlife Crisis' is a personal and introspective collection of tracks that explores the challenges and joys of growing older. The album features Enda's signature songwriting style, with catchy and upbeat tunes that are sure to resonate with fans of BibleCode Sundays, as well as with new listeners.

The album launch party will be an opportunity for fans to hear the new material live for the first time, and Enda Mulloy and his band are sure to put on an incredible show. The London Irish Centre is the perfect venue for this celebration of Irish culture, with its spacious and welcoming atmosphere providing the perfect backdrop for the evening's festivities

Overall, Enda Mulloy's solo album launch party promises to be a night to remember for fans of Irish music and culture. With an impressive lineup of support acts, exciting surprises, and a fantastic new album to showcase, this event is not to be missed. The London Irish Centre will be transformed into a lively and energetic space for the night, and guests can expect to be fully immersed in the unique and vibrant atmosphere of music and culture.

If you want to be part of this historic landmark, click here to buy tickets.

The Bridge Out Of Your Heart
batten the hatches down
Press release


October 6th 2022

It’s heartbreak time Enda Mulloy


Indie boys may not always wear their hearts on their sleeves but they can certainly make you remember what it felt like to be out of control.  

‘Bridge out of your Heart’ marks the much anticipated second 2022 solo release from Enda Mulloy, hot on the heels of chart-topping ‘Batten the hatches down.”.

Enda knows what it means to live the compromises of someone who makes music for a living. Since the age of 14, he’s been singing,travelling and pleasing audiences around the world, whilst playing with music royalty like Sting, Elvis Costello and Thin Lizzy. 

In this foot stomping demand to find the good life through love not through acquisition Co. Mayo’s finest gives us all hope.

Enda says..

“When we couldn’t play live due to lockdown I decided to spend some time writing a few songs. It was crazy. Around three albums worth of songs came pouring out! But the best of them were all about the huge heart lift you get from playing live. 

Walking into the studio with producer and friend Michael Smith (Wolf Alice, BibleCode Sundays and Spencer Davies Group) at RYP Recordings London, I got my head into writing and recording all this material, spending a long time creating something I felt liberated and moved away from what I had written previously. 


‘Bridge out of your Heart’ is a brooding indie anthem with soaring vocals, jangly guitar telling a tale of love gone wrong. 

Out on all platforms 21st October 2022 (On Righttrack/ Universal distribution)

Batten The hatches down

November 29th 2021

Single Available here

Soaring new single from Enda Mulloy’s debut solo album - out now

Enda Mulloy’s debut single ‘Batten the Hatches Down’ from his soon to be released first album is out NOW.

Taken from his first solo album ‘Rainbow Frogs in Midlife Crisis’, this first single sees Enda take a trip through a broken relationship, set against a backdrop of nu-folk guitar and vocals.

Enda is best known for being a founding member and songwriter with the Irish rockers BibleCode Sundays, the London-based band that fuses Celtic rock and folk.

An enforced holiday from gigging due to the pandemic inspired Enda to embark on a solo project and get in the studio with acclaimed producer Michael Smith at RYP Recordings.

Since then Sting flew him out to Italy to play a Police set at one of his legendary parties. “Sting giving me his own bass to play was an unforgettable moment,” recalls Enda.

Enda’s musical career has been a long and winding road, beginning with his family band, The Mulloy Brothers - known worldwide for their distinct sound and character.

The BibleCode Sundays then blasted a Guinness-fuelled riot at venues around Europe sharing the stage with the likes of Van Morrision, Thin Lizzy and the Cranberries. Even actor Russell Crowe, self-confessed superfan recorded a song with the band along with Elvis Costello.
Enda has also collaborated with Matt McManamon from the Dead 60s.

“I couldn’t sit on my rear doing nothing during lockdown,” said Enda. “I had time to write and what came out was a revelation. I’m loving playing them back in the pubs and clubs where the music comes alive. The reaction has been great.”

Enda Mulloy