MundyMundy (born Edmond Enright) is from Birr, County Offaly and is an Irish singer-songwriter. He released his debut album Jellylegs in 1996 on the Epic Records label. The album included the song “To You I Bestow”, which was featured on the bestselling soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation Romeo + Juliet.

24 Star Hotel (2002) was released on Camcor Records, a label Mundy himself set up, primarily funded by his royalties from the Romeo and Juliet soundtrack. The album contained the song “July”, an ode to the joys of the Irish summer, which gained heavy airplay throughout the summer months, and is for Irish audiences at least, Mundy’s signature tune.

Mundy also sang the definitive version of Steve Earle’s chart topper anthem  “Galway Girl” (number one in Ireland in 2008 for five weeks).

Various albums followed and in 2006 Mundy recorded a live album and DVD called Live & Confusion at Vicar Street, Dublin. It contains all his best-known songs such as “Gin & Tonic Sky”, “Mexico”, “July”, “To You I Bestow”, “By Her Side” and “Love & Confusion”. Mundy’s album Strawberry Blood cruised into the irish charts in 2009 and he continues to write and tour extensively today.


Love And Confusion


Me And My Guitar

Gin And Tonic Sky

Glory Hole


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