#StayHome, turn up the speakers and enjoy the greatest hits from the island of Ireland


Tourism Ireland creates dedicated Spotify and Anghami work-from-home playlists featuring some of the best Irish songs and artists

 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2ZoPGGEOOvws3yq0HP4qFY?si=GyuWLwBdQ_OEBLY3xhhLBg


Anghami: https://play.anghami.com/playlist/179928890?bid=/ej5osNv5t5

Dubai, UAE,  – While travel to the island of Ireland occupies a place on your bucket list for the time being, you can experience it in the comfort of your own home, through Tourism Ireland’s work-from-home playlist comprising 50 of the most-loved Irish songs.

From traditional Irish folk songs to global number one hits, Irish music is music that covers various genres, with something to suit every mood and setting.

While we can’t be Chasing Cars at this point in time, you may be thinking ‘I Can See Clearly Now’ and realising It’s a Beautiful Day to appreciate the things that we often don’t find time for in our busy daily lives – the things that leave us Breathless.  We all know Life is a Rollercoaster at the moment, and we’ve just ‘gotta ride it.

The Traditional

For a taste of home, try these traditional Irish songs that will help you get on your feet and practice your Irish Dancing skills:

  • Foggy Dew by Sinead O’Connor
  • Raggle Taggle Gypsy by Planxty
  • Mo Ghile Mear by The Cheiftans and Sting
  • Riverdance by Bill Whelan
  • Oro, Se Do Bheatha Abhaile by John Spillane

The Feel-Good

If you’re looking for some feel-good tracks to lift your sprits and get those endorphins flowing:

  • Burn Baby Burn by Ash
  • Beautiful Day by U2
  • World Of Our Own by Westlife
  • Life Is A Rollercoaster by Ronan Keating
  • Breathless by The Corrs


The Love Songs

To spread some love to those who are at home with you or those who may be far away, try these ultimate love songs to make your significant other’s heart skip a beat:

  • Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison
  • When You’re Looking Like That by Westlife
  • Hold Me Now by Johnny Logan
  • Runaway by The Corrs
  • Nothing Compares To You by Sinead O’Connor

 The Classics

Who can forget the classics? If you’re feeling nostalgic and want to reminisce about your best Ireland memories, or if you’re seeking inspiration for your next trip, take a listen to these:

  • C’est La Vie by B*Witched
  • I Can See Clearly Now by Hothouse Flowers
  • The Boys Are Back In Town by Thin Lizzy
  • Molly Malone by The Dubliners
  • Linger by The Cranberries

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