‘I wasn’t making this record for the public. I was making it for my friends and Paul’s friends.”
In a coffee place in Dublin city, David Balfe is telling me, somewhat shyly, about himself. Noticeably thin, with delicate features, impish eyes and hip-hop stylings (striped T-shirt, gold chain, hoodie), Balfe, 28, is a low-key presence. The Donaghmede native works full time in an office job in Dublin and although...
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