Ultan Conlon is a singer-songwriter from Galway, Ireland. Despite honing his craft on the Irish music circuit for a number of years, it was 2010 before he released his critically acclaimed debut album 'Bless Your Heart' which was described as ‘the most impressive Irish debut since Damien Rice’s O’, Olaf Tyaransen, Hotpress & Evening Herald. His emotive and intelligent lyrics have gained him many fans over the years. Legendary folk singer John Martyn sang with Ultan on his song Really Gone in 2006. Ultan has recently covered one of Martyn's earliest songs Back to Stay, for the tribute album Johnny Boy Would Love This also featuring Snow Patrol, Paulo Nutini, The Cure, David Gray, Beck, Donovan, Lisa Hannigan and The Swell Season amongst others. Ultan also put his talents to use in a different area this year, acting as soundtrack producer and music supervisor for the forthcoming feature film 'Seven Songs For Amy' aswell as contributing original songs and arranging the score. May of this year will see the release of his eagerly awaited second album Songs of Love so Cruel.