New PVC look for Sinead’s new album

Sinead O’Connor has reinvented herself ahead of her upcoming album release with a dramatic new look.

The Irish singer looks ten years younger and is virtually unrecognisable from the woman who gave ‘motherly advise’ to pop tearaway Miley Cyrus in an open letter that led to a highly publicised feud.

Sinead O'Connor's new look

Sinead O’Connor’s new look

She has donned a black wig and PVC outfit and is clutching an electric guitar.

The new look is for the artwork on her new album, ‘I’m not Bossy, I’m The Boss’. The album is due for released on 11 August.

The lead single from the album is ‘Take Me to Church’ and will be released on the same day.
It is O’Connor’s first album in three years and is hopefully a sign that things are looking up for her after a difficult few years.

She has been married and divorced but she and her husband recently put their troubles behind them and renewed their wedding vows.

Now the release of her new album suggests her career is getting back on track and hopefully the future is bright for one of Ireland’s brightest stars.

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Michael Kehoe

Michael Kehoe is a writer for Irish Music Daily and Ireland Calling. His favourite Irish Music bands are Flogging Molly and the Dropkick Murphys.

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